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- Dembele & Son score within three minutes of each other
- Kane's turn and finish on return to XI, Janssen's first goal since October
- Spurs close the gap on leaders Chelsea to four points
- Five games at 15:00 BST - including Palace v Leicester
- Southampton v Man City - 17:30 BST
Cake, say hello to the icing! Vincent Janssen, who really has had his struggles since joining for big money in the summer, makes it a very, very happy afternoon for Spurs. The corner comes in, falls for the striker, whose first shot is saved but not his second. Cue the biggest cheer of the day.
It really is Tottenham's day!
Tottenham win a corner. Bournemouth just want the final whistle now. End the torment.
We are into injury time. There will be three minutes.
Son won't even allow Bournemouth to make a routine clearance from their own byline. He dives in to deflect the ball behind for a goal-kick. This isn't just a skillful side, it is packed with players who work very, very hard.
The third member of Tottenham's big trio - Christian Eriksen is also off for a bit of a rest. He is replaced by Vincent Jansson for the final minutes.
Another change for Tottenham. Dele Alli heads off to put his feet up and on comes Moussa Sissoko.
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Dr Mark Sloan: Can someone explain to my why Kane would leave Spurs for Man Utd?
Yullaw: To win trophies and play at the highest level. Bale? Modric? Left Spurs to win trophies. Berbatov? Left Spurs to win trophies. So will Kane, Dele and co.
Richard Hayes: Spurs haven't sold a player to Man Utd for years. Seriously doubt Kane will go to there. Spurs are in the ascendancy.
Best you forget that one Charlie Daniels. He cuts in from the left to collect a pass in the box but slices his effort out for a throw-in on the right.
Son is inches from his second goal as he drives into the box down the right to collect a pass before firing a low shot that a sliding Bournemouth defender deflects behind. The corner comes to nothing.
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Harry Kane heads off for a rest. He has done his bit. His goal means he has 20 for the season - becoming the fourth man to hit this tally in three consecutive Premier League seasons. The others? Alan Shearer, Ruud van Nistlerooy and Thierry Henry. Good company.
Victor Wanyama is on to put some more muscle into midfield.
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Artur Boruc is keeping this score respectable, and Bournemouth really are just hanging on. This could quite easily be a cricket score.
Just before, a huge cheer went up from the home supporters. Want to know why? Because Bournemouth had got the ball into Tottenham's half.
Another ex-Arsenal player departs as Benik Afobe is replaced by young French striker Lys Mousset for Bournemouth.
Ben Davies puts his foot right through an effort after charging up from left back. It is low and on target but saved by Boruc.
Soon after, down the other end, Josh King lashes an effort way over the bar.
"You'd have a shot, you've had a shot" echoes out from the home fans as Bournemouth manage a first effort on goal. Charlie Daniels' shot from range is comfortably saved by Hugo Lloris.
The game is being played pretty much exclusively in the Bournemouth half. Tottenham go close again as Son flashes a shot across goal and wide from close range. Flag is up, though. Offside.
Junior Stanislas is not going to last the full 90 on his first start since January. No surprise there. Ryan Fraser replaces him.
Wave after wave after wave of attacks from Tottenham. Eriksen swings a free-kick into the box that is headed away but only as far as Alli, whose volley is blocked.
Bournemouth are having to dig in to keep Tottenham at bay. Eriksen unleashes a shot from range that Boruc has to dive to palm away. Relentless.