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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane: I should have had hat trick vs

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Look at my stats, I'm elite: Kane

I don't think about being flattered. "We are part of that business and our names always appear on the lists".

The Toffees though managed to get one back in the third minute of stoppage time when Ross Barkley's free-kick was put into the back of the net by Valencia, who came on as a second half substitute.

"The fans are unbelievable. We keep working hard and we need to keep going". "That is one of the keys of our good performances and results".

"We are stronger than we were in the first game, but Tottenham are stronger too".

"They are both top players", added the Spurs left-back, who is enjoying a first-team run in the absence of injured Danny Rose. He scores so many he has trouble celebrating them all!

"We make history with this group, they are good players and it is only the start of good things in the future". It was hard, we had a good counter-attack and you need composure on the goal.

When asked to pick between the two in the Sky Sports studio, Graeme Souness opted for Lukaku while Jamie Redknapp said he would rather Kane in his team. It was a bit windy and I thought if it could get a little wobble it would go in.

"I think overall Spurs were the better team", Koeman said.

On Wayne Rooney: "I don't speak any more about Rooney".

"Harry is a massive player for us", Davies told reporters.

The Merseyside outfit suffered a 3-2 defeat to Tottenham away from home at White Hart Lane in the Premier League.

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Kane has three hat tricks in his last nine appearances, while Lukaku recently scored four in a game.

The Spurs had won their recent game against Stoke City in the English Premier League 4-0.

"It would have been another matchball for me, but we are delighted with the win". I repeat that not only if he scores, even if he does not score.

In fact, in scoring against Tottenham, the big Belgian became Everton's all-time leading Premier League scorer. aged just 23.

Everton's will be a narrow attack, which should fall in favor of Tottenham's similarly narrow defending.

Spurs survived the remaining moments to secure their 16th league win of the season.

Tottenham immediately pressed for a second and Kane nearly obliged three minutes later, failing to find a way past the onrushing Robles after a neat one-two with Christian Eriksen.

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