HARRY Kane and Son Heung-min were on song once again, as the pair inspired Tottenham’s 3-0 home win over Leeds in the Premier League at the weekend.

Kane opened the scoring from the penalty spot, before teeing up the South Korean’s 100th goal for the club.

Toby Alderweireld added a third shortly after the break, though Spurs did have Matt Doherty sent off at the death for two yellow cards.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men had their moments, and peppered the Spurs goal with 16 shots, but they lacked the quality to ever look like scoring and their two-game winning run is over.

The early signs for Leeds were promising as they found space and opportunities at the expense of Tottenham.

Ezgjan Alioski drilled into the side-netting while Patrick Bamford put a free header over from 12 yards after he lost his marker in the box.

But it was Spurs who broke the deadlock in the 29th minute, as Leeds played their part in their own downfall.

Playing out from the back, goalkeeper Illan Meslier misplaced a pass to Harry Winks, who found Steven Bergwijn and the Dutchman drew a foul out of Alioski.

Kane made no mistake from the spot as he fired home his 17th goal of the season in all competitions.

Spurs should have doubled their lead five minutes later, as Bergwijn did brilliantly to turn in the box, but he blazed over from close range.

But the hosts doubled their lead just before the break, as Kane whipped in a cross for Son at the near post and the South Korean brought up his ton with a neat finish.

Spurs killed the game five minutes after the restart with a third, as Meslier fumbled Alderweireld’s header from Son’s corner over the line.

Son, Bergwijn and Kane all went close to increasing the lead for Spurs, but they still went on to win comfortably, even though Doherty picked up his second caution in added time, and now sit fourth in the table.