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Cardiff 0-3 Tottenham: Stewards show off their New Year's Day party hats, a home fan issues hands-off warning over Neil Warnock and mascot shares sweet moment with Sean Morrison - FIVE THINGS YOU MISSED Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-Min all scored as Tottenham won The stewards at the Cardiff City Stadium wore New Year's Day blue party hats A Cardiff fan displayed a banner issuing a hands-off warning over Neil Warnock 

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Published: 19:21 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 19:25 GMT, 1 January 2019

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Tottenham put Cardiff to the sword on to bounce back from last week's shock defeat against Wolves. 

First-half goals from Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min and Christian Eriksen done the job and sealed the three points for Mauricio Pochettino's men. 

Here, Sportsmail run you through all the things you might have missed from Tuesday night's action at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Tottenham produced a clinical first-half display to batter Cardiff 3-0 on Tuesday evening

Tottenham produced a clinical first-half display to batter Cardiff 3-0 on Tuesday evening

Kane's new record

Harry Kane completed a remarkable record on Tuesday when he opened the scoring against Cardiff in a rather fortuitous manner.

He wouldn't have imagined it being like this, but when the Tottenham striker bundled the ball in off his knee from close range in the opening minutes, it meant he had now netted against all the 28 teams he has faced in the Premier League - It was also his 42nd goal in his 45th away game.

And they all said he was just a one-season wonder, how's that for consistency. 

Harry Kane has now scored against all 28 teams he has played against in the Premier League

Harry Kane has now scored against all 28 teams he has played against in the Premier League

The Tottenham striker opened the scoring against Cardiff by bundling the ball in off of his knee

The Tottenham striker opened the scoring against Cardiff by bundling the ball in off of his knee

'Did you drop your bottle there, Sean?'

There was a sweet moment in the tunnel before the match between a Cardiff mascot and Sean Morrison.

The Cardiff defender was getting some last-minute hydrates on

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