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Kane with 24 goals and 16 assists (40 involvements in goals) in 36 matches is surely on the way to being a big statistic that few others can aspire to.

Him and Lewa are so far ahead of every other striker, in my view.

And he has 37 goals and 8 assists in 33 matches.
 
Him and Lewa are so far ahead of every other striker, in my view.

And he has 37 goals and 8 assists in 33 matches.

Kane and Son just a few goals away from getting to be the most lethal goalscoring combo in PL history (to beat Drogba/Lampard combo - currently on 34 need to get to 38 or more with both involved in a goal.

Think its beneficial to look at player combos statistics* (eg 2 x CB's) etc not just individual performances as its such a team sport.
 
Oh, well. I've still got 2 cojones but here are the possible not very interesting stats.
I'm pretty sure that 59 games is the most Spurs first team has ever played in one season?
I'm also confident that 124 goals scored is the most goals scored in a season this century and possibly the 2nd most scored in a season of all time?
Is it a stretch to suggest 34 won games is the joint 2nd highest in our history along with 2018-19?
 
Here's a goals and assists + list:

GoalsAssistsPensShot saved/hit postTotal
"won"deflection/ led to OG
Kane33172254
Son2217241
Bale163221
Lucas98320
Vinicius10313
Ndombele641112
Dele351211
Lamela4149
Reguillon5139
Bergwijn1528
Davies13318
Lo Celso5117
Hojbjerg257
Aurier2316
Winks2215
Doherty415
Sanchez22
Sissoko112
Toby112
Devine11
Scarlett11
White11
OG33
124881026248
 
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Here's a goals and assists + list:

GoalsAssistsPensShot saved/hit postTotal
"won"deflection/ led to OG
Kane33172254
Son2217241
Bale163221
Lucas98320
Vinicius10313
Ndombele641112
Dele351211
Lamela4149
Reguillon5139
Bergwijn1528
Davies13318
Lo Celso5117
Hojbjerg257
Aurier2316
Winks2215
Doherty415
Sanchez22
Sissoko112
Toby112
Devine11
Scarlett11
White11
OG33
124881026248
Imagine if we had a defence to go with that attack
 
OK, I am gonna tempt fate and resurrect this thread.
Same points as this time last season (admittedly after a disastrous Aurier inspired crash games 12-14).
WHU this year's Everton?
1Liverpool141731
2Leicester14927
3Man Utd13726
4Everton14626
5Tottenham141125

Against "same" teams we are plus 8.

West Ham will eventually tire because of Europe. Their squad isn't strong enough. We need to get out of it, they're already through to the knock out stage and seem to go fairly strong.
 
Oh, well. I've still got 2 cojones but here are the possible not very interesting stats.
I'm pretty sure that 59 games is the most Spurs first team has ever played in one season?
I'm also confident that 124 goals scored is the most goals scored in a season this century and possibly the 2nd most scored in a season of all time?
Is it a stretch to suggest 34 won games is the joint 2nd highest in our history along with 2018-19?
I don't know if this is the most, but Spurs played 66 competitive games (including the Charity Shield) in the 1981-82 season.

Just discovered we played 68 games 1971-72.
 
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EPLGoalsAssistsTotal
Son14620
Kane12618
Kulusevski257
Lucas257
Doherty246
OG66
Hojbjerg235
Reguillon235
Bergwijn314
Davies112
Sanchez22
Ndombele112
Royal11
Sessegnon11
Winks11
Romero11
Bentacur11
Dele11
 
PL top 4 finishes per club
Manchester United25
Woolwich21
Chelsea18
Liverpool14
Manchester City11
Spurs6
Newcastle5
Leeds, Blackburn3
Aston Villa2
Everton, Leicester, Nott. Forest, Norwich1

We'd be up to 7 if we manage it this season.
Utd. remarkably had 22 consecutive top 4 seasons until 2014

Worth noting the top 4 wasn't a thing until 4 CL spots were allocated to the PL though. Top 3 was the measurement.

The top 5 chart is more favorable to us and even shows our minuscule neighbors to the east:
Manchester United26
Woolwich24
Chelsea20
Liverpool16
Manchester City12
Spurs11
Newcastle, Leeds7
Everton4
Blackburn, Aston Villa, Leicester3
Norwich, Nott. Forest, QPR, Ipswich, West Ham1

Interesting to note here how city just bolted from midtable straight to the top. Chelsea had some decent seasons in the 90's to note at least
 
"SAME" TEAMS LAST SEASON
BRIGHTONH2-1W
BRENTFORD (SHEFF UTD)A3-1W
LEICESTER CITYH0-2L
LIVERPOOLA1-2L
BURNLEYH4-0W
NORWICH (FULHAM)A1-0W
SAME GAMES LAST SEASON
EvertonA2-2D
SouthamptonH2-1W
Sheffield UnitedH4-0W
LeedsA1-3L
WolvesH2-0W
Aston VillaH1-2L
Leicester CityA4-2W
 
IF (IF IF IF) we win at Norwich that will put us on 71 pts our third best PL points tally (jointly with 2018/19) more than 2015/16 when we finished third!

IF we win then 22 wins will likewise be our third best PL season tally after 2016/17 (26) and 2017/18+2018/19 (23).

If we finish above Woolwich it will be the 6th consecutive season we'll do so. the longest stretch since 1959/60 to 1967/68 (9 seasons run)
 
IF (IF IF IF) we win at Norwich that will put us on 71 pts our third best PL points tally (jointly with 2018/19) more than 2015/16 when we finished third!

IF we win then 22 wins will likewise be our third best PL season tally after 2016/17 (26) and 2017/18+2018/19 (23).

If we finish above Woolwich it will be the 6th consecutive season we'll do so. the longest stretch since 1959/60 to 1967/68 (9 seasons run)
We could also end the season with 16 clean sheets. Which I think equals out best ever in the PL. Given the horror show under Nuno, it's pretty fucking good.

Under Poch we'd win games like the NLD 3-1 or 4-1 instead of 3-0. We had a habit of giving away consolation goals and sucker puches to the likes of Burnley and Newcastle.
 
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