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Stoke 0-4 Spurs - the key stats

Posted on 19 April 2016  - 11:15

The stats that mattered from our excellent 4-0 win at Stoke in the Premier League on Monday night.



As it stands - the win at the Britannia moved us to within five points of leaders Leicester with four matches remaining.

Form - we've now won 10 of our last 13 matches in the Premier League.

Dele's perfect 10 - Dele Alli took his tally to 10 goals in the Premier League with his double.

Kane keeps going - Harry Kane has the highest number of goals in a Premier League season for the club, he's up to 24 now, the previous best was his 21 last term, matched by Teddy Sheringham (1992-93) and Gareth Bale (2012-13).

Below: Our fourth goal went from Hugo all the way to Dele's volley from Christian Eriksen's cross



Goals - Spurs - Kane 9, 71, Alli 67, 82.

Line-ups - Stoke City (4-2-3-1) - Given; Cameron, Shawcross (c), Wollscheid, Muniesa; Whelan (Adam 76), Imbula; Shaqiri (Joselu 46), Afellay, Arnautovic; Bojan. Substitutes (not used): Haugaard, Bardsley, Ireland, Diouf, Crouch.

Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c); Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Dembele (Mason 87), Dier; Lamela (Son 90), Eriksen, Alli (Chadli 84); Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Wimmer.

Yellow cards - Stoke - Imbula 61, Adam 80.

Referee - Neil Swarbrick.

Attendance - 27,442.

Below: The graphic shows our shots against Stoke



Keeping the ball - we had 49% possession at the Britannia.

Passing game - we made 387 passess to Stoke's 397. Christian Eriksen led the way with 37. Danny Rose completed 93.8% of his 32 passes, Dele Alli 92.6% of his 27. Eric Dier had most touches with 62.

Shooting boots - we had 23 attempts at goal (including blocked) to Stoke's 12, including 6-2 on target. Harry Kane had three shots on target, two goals.

Getting stuck in - we made 41 tackles to Stoke's 35, Kyle Walker won five.

Below: Our key passes and assists at the Brit



We face West Brom in the second of three Monday night matches this Monday, April 25 (8pm). Leicester face Swansea at home on Sunday (4.15pm).