Lucas Moura, Davinson Sanchez, and Heung-Min Son all scored in the second half. Having beaten Brentford just three days ago, Tottenham kept the momentum going with a magnificent strike from their Brazilian striker, before goals from Sanchez and Son in the second half sealed the win. Spurs, on the other hand, were far from seamless but continued to produce opportunities, with Son's effort being blocked following a quick move down the middle of the pitch and Kane floating a lob just past the far post with the keeper deserted.
Dean Smith's first loss as Norwich manager came when the Canaries were relegated to the bottom of the standings. In the first half, Norwich dominated possession and territory but failed to create an opportunity as excellent as Pukki's early look at goal - although they could have equalized on the hour mark. Tottenham is now in fifth place in the table, two points behind West Ham in fourth, with a game in hand.