Tottenham Hotspur smashed Crystal Palaced 4-1 as Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son broke a Premier League record.
The pair are now the most prolific partnership in Premier League history, combining for 14 goals in the campaign so far.
Spurs had taken the lead through Gareth Bale and looked comfortable but then allowed Christian Benteke to level before the break.
The Eagles threw Wilfried Zaha into the mix after half-time but instead, their opponents went up a gear and put themselves out of sight.
Bale doubled his tally to put his side back in front with a header, meaning both his efforts were assisted by Kane.
The England captain then netted two goals of his own, the first a stunning first-time curler, before Son laid the fourth on plate for his teammate to complete the rout.
Earlier this weekend, Kane revealed he was targeting surpassing Robbie Fowler’s record of 163 Premier League goals this season.
His first order of the day, though, was setting up teammate Bale, who poked home his cross at the far post.
The Weslhman now has six goals and three assists in his last six appearances for Tottenham.
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