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Tottenham thrash West Ham


Harr Kane (left) scoring one of his two goals against West Ham

Tottenham have equalled a club record by going 12 Premier League games unbeaten after Harry Kane’s two goals helped them comfortably beat West Ham 4-0.

Kane scored for the fifth club game in a row to put Spurs ahead before Toby Alderweireld headed in from a corner.

The England striker fired in his second after the break before Kyle Walker added a fourth for the home side, who also struck the woodwork twice.

Manuel Lanzini’s late goal was merely a consolation for the lacklustre Hammers.

They had earlier hit the crossbar through Cheikhou Kouyate’s acrobatic volley.

The two sides began the day level on 21 points from 12 games – a tally that represents the Hammers’ best start to a Premier League season – but it is Tottenham who now find themselves fifth – two points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.

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