Eight goals for Sonny, eight assists for Kane on the season.
by: email@example.com (Rob Guest) — football.london 6m
Jose Mourinho is now speaking to the media following Tottenham's Premier League clash away at Burnley
by: Paul Wilson at Turf Moor — The Guardian 11m
A header from Son Heung-Min was enough to give Tottenham a 1-0 Premier League victory at Burnley
by: Jack O’Brien — The 4th Official 12m
Tottenham Hotspur Player Ratings Vs Burnley as hard-working performances from Harry Kane, Tanguy Ndombele and Hugo Lloris help them seal another away win.
by: N/A — BBC 26m
Son Heung-min and Harry Kane link up yet again for the only goal as Tottenham claim a fortunate win over Burnley.
by: Andy Edwards — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 36m
Burnley - Tottenham was a difficult slog for Jose Mourinho's men, but the Premier League's most prolific scoring side won 1-0 on a late Son Heung-min goal.
by: Matthew Cooper — Daily Express 7h
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho will be boosted by the return of Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela for the game against Burnley but he has once again left out Dele Alli
by: Harry Diamond — The Football Faithful 7h
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by: 161385360554578 — Talk Sport 7h
Tottenham will be looking to hit back from shock West Ham draw when they make the trip to Burnley tonight. Spurs have been good recently but wasted a three-goal lead at home to the Hammers last wee…
by: Charlie Horner — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Football 8h
The future of Dele Alli is once again shrouded in uncertainty after it was revealed that he didn't travel with his teammates to Burnley.
by: George McGibbon — Snack Football: This Is Futbol 9h
Speaking on a video recently posted on YouTube, Alasdair Gold discussed Son Heung-min's potential new deal at Tottenham Hotspur. Since arriving at Spurs from Bayer Leverkusen in what was a £27 mi
by: jonathan radcliffe — The Transfer Tavern 9h
Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko has expressed regret over the departure of Christian Eriksen on Instagram. Eriksen regret Eriksen made the move to Internazionale in January of this year, with the Serie A side paying £16.9m for his services. £16.2m
by: Sam Blitz — Daily Mail 10h
This year's top-flight in England couldn't be more open, partly because of the major flaws in the 'Big Six' sides this season. Sportsmail looks at how England's biggest clubs have struggled this term...