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Tottenham Hotspur returned to winning ways with a 3-0 victory against Cardiff City at the Cardiff City Stadium on New Year's Day.

But Kane needed only two and a half minutes to put that record straight on New Year's Day, and further goals from Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min provided a swift panacea to the pain of losing 3-1 at home to Wolves on Saturday.

The victory took Spurs back above City into second place and within six points of leaders Liverpool.

For his part, Warnock suggested that Cardiff, who remain in 16th place three points above the relegation zone, may need to go shopping during the January transfer window.

However, Cardiff have shocked many.

Kane had failed to breach Cardiff's defence in his three previous matches against the Welsh club and only did so this time because of a touch of fortune. Even with a new stadium to move into and Manchester United casting admiring glances at their manager, Eriksen's long-term future is right up there with the most important tasks on the club's to-do list in 2019. Harry Kane scores one of his scruffier goals to give Spurs a dream start.

Spurs on the other hand looked full of goals and Kane threatened again just after the hour when he flashed an angled, rising drive wide following a pass from Dele Alli. The third came after 26 minutes when Son finished his eighth goal in nine games.

Hoilett brought a first save out of Hugo Lloris when Spurs allowed Paterson's cross to bounce in the box and he climbed above Trippier at the back post.

'So, of course, I congratulate the players because the effort was fantastic.

Neil Warnock will therefore be disappointed and maybe a little concerned by what has happened in his side's past two home matches against Manchester United and Spurs.

"I was pleased that we hung in there because it's easy to throw the towel down when you're 3-0 down to a team like this".

It is amusing, or perhaps alarming, to think that if Tottenham had been offered their money back for the £30 million man in the summer, they would surely have taken it with glee.

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