Spurs go fourth, West Ham leave Everton in relegation danger | Dailytrust

Spurs go fourth, West Ham leave Everton in relegation danger

Tottenham captain, Harry Kane
Tottenham captain, Harry Kane

Tottenham powered into fourth place in the Premier League with a 5-1 rout of Newcastle, while West Ham’s 2-1 victory pushed Everton deeper into relegation trouble on Sunday.

Antonio Conte’s side staged a stirring comeback to make it five wins from their last six league games.

Newcastle struck first through Fabian Schar, but Ben Davies equalised before the break in north London.

Matt Doherty, Son Heung-min, Emerson Royal and Steven Bergwijn netted after halftime as Tottenham climbed above bitter rivals Arsenal on goal difference.

Arsenal, who have two games in hand on Tottenham, can regain fourth place if they avoid defeat at Crystal Palace on Monday.

Regardless of that result, Tottenham are firmly in the race to qualify for next season’s Champions League, despite Conte’s claim that it would be a miracle to finish in the top four.

At the London Stadium, David Moyes’ side moved up to sixth place thanks to Jarrod Bowen’s second-half winner on the forward’s return from a month out with a foot injury.

Aaron Cresswell had put West Ham ahead with a superb 32nd-minute free-kick before Mason Holgate equalised with a deflected effort soon after the interval.

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