The win remains just Tottenham's second in five Premier League games since early November and puts Antonio Conte's side (33 points - fifth) 

within two points of fourth-placed Manchester United, who have played a game in hand. The danger of being excluded from the top 4 races has been banned for the time being. 

Once again Tottenham were hugely improved after the restart at half-time and how could they not? The first half was disjointed, unconvincing and all too familiar for Spurs. 

The fans endured the sight of them, but they sprang to life and leapt at Crystal Palace from the  opening whistle of the second half, 

The back post to find the ball from Ivan Perisic to the back post. 

Five minutes later, Kane leaped into the box and called for a pass from Bryan Gil before turning and firing an arrow right at the far post. 

The goals were also Kane's 14th and 15th of the season (in 18 games) as Tottenham's future top scorer, 

(Jimmy Greaves' record of 266 is now just two away) kicks off another sensational season currently on on track to challenge his career best averaging 0.83 goals per game.