Spurs took the lead with the first opportunity of the second half as Kane powered a free header past Fraser Forster at his near post from Eriksen's corner on 52 minutes. They were 1-0 down here after 70 seconds, against a very competitive and clever Southampton team.
Wanyama nearly put Spurs in front after he bundled his way past Van Dijk but just as the space opened up, Jose Fonte dived across to make an excellent block.
WANYAMA was predictably booed by the Saints fans.
The Netherlands defender, coveted by a number of Premier League rivals and valued in the £30million bracket, rose to meet James Ward-Prowse's free-kick to send a downward header beyond Hugo Lloris in the Tottenham goal. Dean awarded the penalty, though replays suggest the offence may have started outside the area, before compounding Southampton's misery by issuing Redmond a red card. And, yes, it is every bit as bad as it sounds.
But the north Londoners fought back when Alli equalised thanks to Moussa Sissoko's deflected cross.
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"I am happy with the squad".
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Danny Rose poked another effort wide after Saints made a triple substitution, with Dusan Tadic, Shane Long and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg coming on to pep up their depleted ranks with just under 20 minutes remaining.
CM: Victor Wanyama (7.5/10) - Forged a fantastic shooting chance for himself just before the break, but Wanyama's was denied what would have been an excellent goal by some stoic Southampton defending. But both times the home side failed to capitalise.
It ended 4-1 and Kane was asked on Sky Sports after the match what statement the win has sent out.
Mauricio Pochettino and his men are now locking horns with Southampton at St Mary's Stadium and desperate for three points that would keep them within touching distance of the top four.
"All the top sides have won over the festive period so it was important for us to keep fighting and after that I think we are in a good position".
"The two players went for the ball, I don't know I didn't see the action". In extreme five games on the road, "Spurs" scored only three goals.