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16 Enero 2018, 03:28 | Fidele Alvizo
Allardyce: Everton just gave up
Kane made it 10 goals in his last six games in all competitions to become Tottenham's record scorer in the Premier League and, after Saturday's match, the England forward's top-flight tally for the season stands at 20 with 15 league games still to play. For the third straight January, Pochettino is taking Harry Kane and the rest of the Tottenham Hotspur squad to Barcelona for a mid-season training camp, where they will train, see the sights, bond as a team, and take in a little sun.
"I am happy to be at the club and have nothing negative to say about it [Tottenham] at all", the London Evening Standard quotes him as saying.
'I thought he was good and he's experienced a difficult game, and there won't be many more difficult ones to play away from home than against Tottenham' Allardyce said.
Mahrez meanwhile has appeared in every one of Leicester's 23 league games this season, and the 26-year-old has picked up 35 caps for Algeria since his debut back in 2014.
Runaway league-leaders City underlined their Premier League dominance by hammering last season's runners-up 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Dec. 16, to move 21 points clear of Pochettino's side.
Spurs continued their fine recent form as they earned a precious three points that puts them joint fourth in the Premier League table with Liverpool.
It was hard to blame them.
Kane, whose 39 goals in 2017 saw him top Alan Shearer's record for league goals scored in a calendar year, has started 2018 in the same vein.
The excellent Son opened the scoring at Wembley by finishing off Serge Aurier's cross, and the South Korea international later hit a post as the hosts dominated.
"VAR comes in we probably wouldn't get that but today we got it. It's the luck of the draw", Watford captain Troy Deeney told Sky Sports.
The Baggies went ahead after only four minutes through defender Jonny Evans and Craig Dawson nodded home another past Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan in the second half.
He's got all you want in a No 9 - pace, physicality, skill, work-rate.
Son was involved in Spur's fourth goal in the 81st. "When I have to choose, those are the type of teams I like to watch", he said.
For all of Tottenham's brilliance, Everton failed to register a single shot on target and - following a strong start under Sam Allardyce - they are now without a win from their last six matches.
The Argentine also complimented Harry Kane, who continues to break records at an alarming rate, adding: "He's fantastic. I think we have to try (VAR)".
McCarthy provides that extra bit of bite to Everton's midfield.
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Allardyce takes blame for 'shock' Everton performance
Danny Rose is another absentee for the north Londoners as he's still at least two weeks away from recovering from a knee injury. Whatever instructions Allardyce gave his side at half-time were redundant two minutes after the restart.