Harry Kane and Son Heung-min now Prem’s deadliest duo ever as Spurs rout of Palace takes them past Shearer and Sutton

HARRY KANE and Son Heung-min became the Premier League’s deadliest duo ever as Tottenham thrashed Crystal Palace 4-1 on Sunday.

The pair linked up for their record 14th goal combination in a single season – surpassing the 13 set by Chris Sutton and Alan Shearer in 1994-95

Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have a telepathic understanding

Kane set up Gareth Bale twice for Tottenham’s first two goals before his fine effort from distance in the 52nd minute.

But it was his second – and Tottenham’s fourth – a tap in from close range after Son cushioned a ball into his path on the edge of the six-yard box that saw them top the deadly duo table.

Shearer and Sutton’s goals came for Blackburn in their title winning campaign.

And behind them in third are Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser who combined for 12 goals in the 2018-19 season at Bournemouth.

Les Ferdinand and Kevin Gallen are fourth – striking up a lethal understanding for QPR in 94-95.

Shearer actually features twice, also occupying fifth spot alongside Mike Newell – also for Blackburn – in 95-96.

The remainder of the list is made up of attacking pairs who combined for ten goals for three different teams.

Robbie Fowler and Stan Collymore for Liverpool, Dennis Bergkamp and Nicolas Anelka for Arsenal and Adama Traore and Raul Jimenez for Wolves.