The in-form England global, who took his tally in all competitions this season to 28 goals, matched Teddy Sheringham's feat after he tapped in Son Heung-min's through ball after the restart before prodding in Eric Dier's cross on the hour mark.
"He can do anything", Pochettino said.
"He can do anything because of his mentality and how professional he is".
"It is unbelievable the way that he is able to work and his willingness. He's always thinking and trying to improve, improve, improve and score goals". We have quality players.
Tottenham are now level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool and only three behind Chelsea, the defending champions having been held to a 0-0 draw by Leicester City that denied them the chance to move above Manchester United in second.
Goals from Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-Min ensured an easy day for the hosts, and left Allardyce fuming after the game. To be ahead of him now is fantastic, especially considering I have not been playing in the Premier League for that long.
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"It's impossible to beat Harry".
The forward went into game on 96 goals, one behind Teddy Sheringham, but has now moved ahead of the legendary striker on the list with 98 goals.
Allardyce handed their recent £27million Cenk Tosun his debut at Wembley, who he admitted still has a lot to learn about English football, but will hope the Turkish worldwide will find the shooting boots that drew Everton to him In the first place.
Everton manager Sam Allardyce accused his outfield players of throwing in the towel during Saturday's 4-0 hammering at Tottenham.
"I know they have had a meeting and have talked together so that's the right way". We haven't got a lot of pace in the side. "Obviously it's something I have to address now". It shocked me. I haven't seen it since I got here. I've seen it and now I have to address it as quickly as possible.
The Baggies went ahead after only four minutes through defender Jonny Evans and Craig Dawson nodded home another past Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan in the second half. "I saw the some of the good sides of the players last week against Liverpool and I saw some of the worst sides of the players second half today, which is massively worrying in terms of how can a performance become so bad in a short period of time?"