Tottenham Hotspur overcame Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon, courtesy of a Harry Kane double, to keep their top-four hopes alive in the Premier League. The Englishman put the visitors in the driving seat at Loftus Road, before Sandro pulled one back 15 minutes from time against his former club.
Here are the top five statistics from the Lilywhites' weekend victory:
16 - Harry Kane has now scored more league goals this term (16) than in his four loan spells prior to this season combined (14). The 21-year-old is now the top scoring Englishman in the Premier League this season.
|Team||Appearances||Goals Scored||Minutes per Goal|
|Sergio Agüero||Man City||23||17||96.94|
4 - Kane is only the fourth player in Premier League history to score in six successive away games. He follows in the footsteps of Didier Drogba, Robin Van Persie, and Daniel Sturridge.
23 - Tottenham's starting eleven for Saturday's match had an average age of 23 years 290 days old; the youngest seen in the English top flight in 2014-15.
22 - Spurs have now scored 22 goals in the Premier League during 2015, at least three more than any other side.
5 - Charlie Austin had more shots on goal (5) than Spurs managed as a team (3) in the first half of this encounter. At full-time the Lilywhites had managed 13 attempts, compared to the host's 16.