SON HEUNG-MIN finally made an appearance to show there is still something to fight for at this Tottenham side.
Marcus Rashford appeared to have piled even more misery on the injured and battered Spurs four days after their Newcastle mauling.
The Manchester United striker zoomed past his England team-mate Eric Dier just before half-time to put his side 2-0 up.
Jadon Sancho opened the scoring after just seven minutes, cutting inside and finding the bottom corner.
Spurs’ Pedro Porro pulled one back early in the second half and shot home emphatically.
And then Son landed at the back post with ten minutes to go after Harry Kane crossed an inch-perfect ball – after narrowly missing a sitter from a similar position.
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