Good morning and happy monday, everyone.

Well, Tottenham have found their scoring boots, haven’t they? Spurs scored 21 goals in their last six games (4-0 vs Leeds, 5-0 vs Everton, 2-3 vs United, 2-0 vs Brighton, 3-1 vs West Ham and 5-1 vs Newcastle).

That’s an average of 3.5 goals scored per match. With so many goals scored, it can be hard to keep track of them all and which ones were the best.

So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at three of my favourite goals from Spurs’ current run:

Kane and Son set a new record

Is there a better attacking duo than Harry Kane and Son Heung-min? Historically speaking: No.

From near the halfway line, Kane sent a perfectly-weighted long ball to Son who fought off two Leeds defenders outside the box, slotting the ball into the net to send the away end at Elland Road into hysterics.

That link-up play brought Kane and Son to 37 goal combinations, surpassing Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard.

That pass from Doherty