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Tottenham Southampton VideoEXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS - SOUTHAMPTON 2-5 SPURS - Sonny and Kane link up FOUR times at St Mary's
The full-back left Tottenham in the summer to join Southampton, having come through the ranks in north London and featured at first-team level.
After losing out to Everton on the opening day of the new campaign, Spurs are unbeaten in their last ten games, and currently sit top of the table with 24 points from 11 games.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who joined Tottenham from Southampton in the summer, has been a key figure so far for Mourinho's men, featuring regularly and starring in midfield as Spurs continue to fly high at the top of the Premier League.
But for Kyle Walker-Peters, who went the other way in the summer from Spurs to Southampton, it has been a similar success story, with the right-back featuring regularly and impressing as Ralph Hasenhuttl's men have also enjoyed a good start to the season.
That is despite losing the first three games of the season in all competitions, including a reverse against Spurs at St Mary's.
Since then, however, Southampton have been one of the form sides in the division, embarking on a seven-match unbeaten run and reaching the summit of the league themselves, while they currently sit fifth with 20 points from 11 games.
And Walker-Peters, who swapped north London for Southampton when he made his loan move from Tottenham permanent in the summer, has spoken about how it is proving to be a good decision for him.
Meanwhile, Walker-Peters feels that he is benefiting from playing regularly and improving under the guidance of Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Indeed, the year-old has said that the Austrian's high-pressing, intense playing style is well-suited to him, allowing him to thrive on the south coast.
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For more details, click here. Since making the permanent move to Southampton, Walker-Peters has started all 12 games so far this campaign, having played ten times during his loan spell with Saints last season.
During his time at Tottenham, where he progressed through the ranks, Walker-Peters played 24 times in the first team. Howwever, he only made one appearance under current boss Jose Mourinho, in a defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League last season.
By Robert Warlow. There was still time for Kane to get on the scoresheet himself when he turned in the rebound after Erik Lamela struck the post 82 , before Ings grabbed a late consolation from the spot after Matt Doherty was adjudged to have handballed a cross On a weekend already boasting some big scorelines, both sides showed no intention of sitting back in the opening stages with Spurs briefly believing they had taken a third-minute lead after a superb swivel and finish from Kane, only for VAR to deny him due to an earlier offside from Son.
That intensity - and drama - certainly set the tone for a game unrepentant in its level of incident, and 10 minutes in Che Adams' drive was turned behind by a flying Hugo Lloris stop as the hosts rapidly grew into the game.
The goalkeeper was almost left red-faced minutes later when racing off his line to meet Ings and heading the ball into the striker, who then controlled and calmly beat him from 25 yards - until the eagle-eyed linesman spotted it had hit his arm in the build-up.
The game did see a first goal on the half-hour mark, and it was worth the wait. From Walker-Peters' ball into the channel, Ings took one superb touch before beating Lloris with a second from the tightest of angles.
From there, it looked like a case of how many for Southampton before the break. But unable to turn their positional dominance into chances, they were caught out on the stroke of half-time when Tanguy Ndombele wrestled clear of two challenges before finding Kane on the left.
The Spurs striker turned provider with a pinpoint cross to Son at the far post, who in turn produced a finish nearly as good as Ings from another difficult position to level.
Southampton were stunned, Spurs were incredulous, and the hosts failed to shake off that hammer blow after the break.
Within two minutes Kane had again fed his strike partner, who kept his cool to beat Alex McCarthy with a fine low finish. With the next goal crucial, the difference between the two sides was laid bare on the hour.
Moments after Adams had missed the far post with a presentable chance, Kane's through-ball from wide found Son again unmarked against Southampton's inexplicably high-lined defence, and he gave the home side a lesson in clinical finishing by sealing his hat-trick in style.
He was at it again with 16 minutes remaining as Southampton continued their second-half capitulation, with Kane again looking up from the right, finding Son and letting him do the rest.
The England captain finally got himself on the scoresheet eight minutes from time, as Son's cross was met unmarked by substitute Lamela, who struck the base of the far post before Kane tapped in from close range, and in the dying moments Ings reduced the deficit from the penalty spot after a handball against Doherty, given by VAR.
As impressive as Tottenham's second-half blitz had proven, the concerns over Southampton's fragile mentality were plain to see on Ralph Hasenhuttl's face at full-time - less than a year since his side were thrashed by Leicester on home soil - as their search for a first win of the season continued.
Kane can count himself unlucky to make four goals and score another and still not be the best player on the pitch. Mourinho certainly thought he was - but the nature of Son's finishes, and the confidence with which he approached them, can't be overlooked.
His movement, often facilitated by Kane dropping so deep, was timed to perfection against an admittedly porous Southampton backline, and was wonderful all afternoon.
But that was nothing on his finishing - which was exemplified with his stunning equaliser on the stroke of half-time. We didn't start badly, of course the goal was disallowed by offside but we started quite well, then we lost control of the game in the first half.
Their strikers created problems, we conceded, it was a replica of a goal we conceded here last season too.
Second half, we had a great dynamic, there was good impact from the two players coming from the bench, very similar to against [Thursday's opponents] Plovdiv, I love the player who comes from the bench with a special attitude to help the team.
But his half-time withdrawal against Southampton leaves his place in the manager's plans in doubt once again.