Harry Kane expressed pride at becoming Tottenham's record Premier League goalscorer, but insisted it was a case of "on to the next one" after their 4-0 win over Everton.
Six of Kane's goals came in the form of back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton either side of Christmas, while he had earlier netted a brace in a victory over Stoke.
For a while, it looked as if Kane might be outshone by his team mate Son Heung-min, who scored in a home game for the fifth successive time. Sometimes you get it, sometimes you don't.
That put the game beyond doubt and Christian Eriksen added late gloss to the scoreline in a win that moves Tottenham level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool, while Everton have now lost their last four games in all competitions, Cenk Tosun's debut for the Toffees amounting to a damp squib. We've got to just keep winning games as a team and hopefully I'll keep scoring.
"After having a wonderful start, we are back on risky ground with our results and it's our responsibility to get results, not wait to see if other teams have lost".
Spurs with a quick start, moving the ball around quickly and confidently saw Kenny penalised for a foul on Son and Aurier win the first corner off Martina inside five minutes. Congratulations to him, he deserves all the credit and the praise. The former Bayer Leverkusen man said he wants to show better performance for his London club. Everything Kane touches turns into gold, which his 98th, and record-setting Premier League goal, was evident of. He spun on a dime in the 47th minute to leave his mark in the dust and smartly, if not inadvertently, whipped the ball into Kane's path, who was left with the easiest of tap ins.
"There's still another 44 minutes plus injury time to play, so play your way back into the game and be professional about it".
"I never see this type of mistake in the Premier League before", said Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino.
"Tottenham can beat anybody by a lot of goals but they should have had to work harder than they did". However, Watford striker Troy Deeney admitted that had the VAR system been in operation "we probably wouldn't have got it".