Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 2, 2016
Dele Alli scored again as Tottenham Hotspur clinched a 3-0 win away to Norwich City.
His goal was not as spectacular as his wonder strike against Crystal Palace, but it was just as important, setting Spurs on their way to a 3-0 victory.
Alli's strike was followed by a goal in each half from Harry Kane, who showed no trouble at all in continuing to bear the load up front with the club failing to add a striker on transfer deadline day.
The teenager came off in the second half, revealing this was because he was feeling unwell.
The added bonus of Tottenham's victory was North London rivals Arsenal only managing a goalless draw with Southampton.
It means Spurs have climbed above Arsene Wenger's side in the table, into third place, thanks to having a better goal difference than the Gunners.
The two teams do not face off until early March, but it is a clash in mid-February against Manchester City which stands out in Tottenham's fixture list as their most immediate challenge.