Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane now has 13 goals in 16 games against north London rivals Arsenal.
The England captain already held the impressive record for most goals in the history of the derby but he stretched that even further with his double on Thursday night. Kane converted a penalty in the 22nd minute before stooping to double his side's lead with a header 15 minutes later as he was crowned the king of north London.
Arsenal had Rob Holding sent off in the first-half before Son Heung-min confirmed the win with a smart finish in the second half. And it comes as Spurs have been offered five players in the summer transfer window.
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Kane's impressive Arsenal record
Harry Kane was the star yet again as Spurs claimed a thumping 3-0 win over bitter rivals Arsenal.
The game was one of the most vital north London derbies in recent seasons with both teams chasing a place in the Premier League's top four and Champions League qualification for next season. And Kane's impressive performance helped ensure a valuable three points for Antonio Conte's side as he carried on an impressive record against the Gunners.
The England captain extended his goalscoring record against Arsenal, and now has 13 goals in 16 north London derbies.
Champions League boost
Tottenham kept their Champions League hopes alive as they thrashed 10-man Arsenal 3-0 victory in a pulsating north London derby.
Antonio Conte's side now sit just one point behind the Gunners in the Premier League table with just two fixtures remaining – meaning the top four race is well and truly on. Spurs were helped by Rob Holding getting himself dismissed for two yellow cards just 33 minutes into the game.
But a brace from Harry Kane and another from Son Heung-min ensured the top four race will go down to the wire. It was a match full of talking points, including the incredible atmosphere, Kane's talismanic display and Holding's red card.
Spurs offered five players
Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte has reportedly been offered his pick of five Bologna players as he looks to add to his ranks this summer.
The Italian side need to raise funds and have offered out star players Mattias Svanberg, Jerdy Schouten, Aaron Hickey, Arthur Theate and Riccardo Orsolini, according to reports. The Serie A club’s sporting director Riccardo Bigon is said to have flown to London this week to speak to Premier League clubs about the players – with Spurs far from the only possible destination.
But with Spurs having already been linked with Svanberg it could increase the likelihood of the Swedish midfielder arriving at the club in the summer.