In-form striker Harry Kane scored twice as 10-man Tottenham survived a late fightback from West Ham to move up to third in the Premier League. Kane's header and low strike gave the visitors a 2-0 half-time lead before midfielder Christian Eriksen fired home the third in the 60th minute. The Hammers had been disjointed and jaded to that point, but five minutes later Mexico forward Javier Hernandez nodded in from close range.
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho remains Barcelona's number one target but the Spanish club are also weighing up a move for Monaco's Thomas Lemar. The Spanish giants have had three bids for 25-year-old Coutinho turned down, the latest in the region of £114m. Lemar, 21, is also a target for the Reds, who are preparing a £60m bid for the French midfielder. Barcelona are also interested in Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, 23, who helped Juve win Serie A last season.
Which one is Bilic?I'm guessing somebody randomly asked him a question tenuously sprayed with 'Mayweather & McGregor' because the fight's on tonight...blah blah blah.Bit like if the total lunar eclipse was this weekend. "Slaven, do you think one of the teams will be totally eclipsed at St James'?...blah blah blah. "Anyway, here's Slav:"It's a single game, it's a new game. They need points, I need points.
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Selecting a term
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