Kane scores in August as Tottenham beats Fulham 3-1 in EPL

Paola Ditto
Agosto 19, 2018

Second half: Alonso makes it 3-2.

First half: Chelsea vs Arsenal - Pedro and Morata gave the Blues a two-goal lead, before Mkhitaryan and Iwobi pulled the Gunners back. 2-2.

Spain worldwide Marcos Alonso scored the victor from close range with 10 minutes to go after Eden Hazard and Mateo Kovacic had a big impact from the bench.

For Kane in particular, it was the end of a personal ordeal as he scored a Premier League goal in August for the first time in 15 matches and after missing out with 49 attempts during that time. I think it's a situation that we need to improve. However, Fulham hit back after the break as Aleksandar Mitrovic, soon after hitting the post, nodded home a 52nd-minute equaliser while on the floor.

The 14-game August hoodoo was finally broken three minutes later when Kane slotted in after being set up following a breakaway by substitute Erik Lamela.

Pochettino is entering his fifth season as Spurs manager and has built a team for the future at White Hart Lane and Wembley Stadium ready to challenge for silverware at the club's new state-of-the-art stadium in North London.

A spectacular own goal from Matt Doherty and a deflected James Maddison strike put the Foxes in command.

Bournemouth also have maximum points from their opening two games as Eddie Howe's men came from behind to win 2-1 at West Ham.

Tottenham could have been two goals ahead with only eight minutes gone as Moura wasted two great opportunities.

Bournemouth were level on the hour through a fine individual effort from forward Callum Wilson.

The visitors played the final half-hour with 10 men after Isaac Hayden was dismissed, but still had the best chance to take all three points when Kenedy's 96th-minute penalty was saved by Neil Etheridge. He should have been sent off long before - aiming a wild kick at Victor Camarasa in the first half.

Richarlison continued his excellent start to life on Merseyside as Everton saw off Southampton 2-1 at Goodison Park.

A well-worked free-kick freed up Theo Walcott to open the scoring before the Brazilian headed home a Walcott cross to double Everton's advantage.

But his luck turned with 13 minutes remaining as he cleverly turned his marker inside the area before tucking the ball into the far corner for his side's third.

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