Tottenham v Fulham: Harry Kane finally breaks August hoodoo

Tottenham v Fulham: Harry Kane finally breaks August hoodoo

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

Chelsea scored the all-important fifth goal with 10 minutes remaining as substitute Eden Hazard's low cross was swept home by Alonso.

Harry Kane ended his hoodoo of failing to find the net in August as Tottenham made themselves at home at Wembley by beating Fulham 3-1 on Saturday to move top of the Premier League.

Spurs were already 2-1 in front by that stage, with Lucas Moura and Kieran Trippier netting either side of an effort from Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Theo Walcott drew first blood for the Toffees in the 15th minute and Richarlison doubled the lead on the half-hour mark.

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.

"The people outside don't know how Harry Kane was after playing 90 minutes last week".

The Cottagers brought in 12 players during the summer following their promotion from the Championship and this reverse follows one against Crystal Palace last week.

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"We are going to see if some players believe that they can achieve their goals in another club".

On a match which saw both sides collect their first points of the season, Benitez added: "It was a very unusual game".

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.

Marko Arnautovic handed the hammers the lead in the 33rd minute but only for Callum Wilson to equalise on the hour-mark for the Cherries and Cork to seal the victor six minutes later.

On the game, Pochettino, although impressed with his side, was left wanting more.

'I will hopefully be back for the first game and hopefully try and score in August [for the first time in the Premier League] this year, ' the forward said. I understand agents, I understand everything, that football becomes a business, a big business too, and [the clubs must] protect their asset.

Kenedy stepped up but his poor penalty was saved by Neil Etheridge - his second spot-kick save in as many games.

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