03 January, 2019
Spurs were back on track with a routine win after losing to Wolves in their last fixture and are six points adrift of leaders Liverpool.
It was the ideal way for Mauricio Pochettino's side to bounce back after their disappointing 3-1 defeat to Wolves at Wembley on Satudray.
The Bluebirds had picked up four points from their last two games and recorded back-to-back clean sheets after leaking five to Manchester United in their previous home game, but any hopes of making it three quickly disappeared. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.
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Spurs on the other hand looked full of goals and Kane threatened again just after the hour when he flashed an angled, rising drive wide following a pass from Dele Alli. Harry Kane scores one of his scruffier goals to give Spurs a dream start. "The league should enforce they play at Wembley now for the rest of the season".
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock said that early goal was a heavy blow: "When we start off like that we shoot ourselves in the foot". If Liverpool loses to City, Spurs will be back in it. "Of course I will watch it, it will be an unbelievable game and I enjoy football".
Kane drove through the midfield to find Kieran Trippier, and the England captain was in the right place when Cardiff made a hash of the cross and Sean Morrison diverted the ball against his knee for it to trickle past goalkeeper Neil Etheridge.
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It is amusing, or perhaps alarming, to think that if Tottenham had been offered their money back for the £30 million man in the summer, they would surely have taken it with glee.
"I'm so happy, very pleased with the performance", said Pochettino.