On The Ball: Spurs need better support cast, even with talisman staying

As Harry Kane (left) and Son Heung-min are reunited on the pitch, it may be with them as Spurs' twin hopes for goals. PHOTO: REUTERS
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Two games, two goals, two wins. Nuno Espirito Santo's Tottenham have been masters of efficiency in the Premier League.

They made a little go a long way amid a backdrop of uncertainty revolving around Harry Kane, and with an obstacle course of a fixture list, featuring the champions Manchester City and a return to Nuno's old club Wolves. Yet what could have been a pointless start has been a perfect one.

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