As West Ham United survived a late fightback to rise to fourth with a 2-1 derby win over Tottenham Hotspur, Michail Antonio and Jesse Lingard scored a goal in each half.
Five minutes later, Antonio fired West Ham ahead, tapping in after Hugo Lloris parried his initial flick-on from Jarrod Bowen’s cross.
Just after half-time, Lingard doubled the lead. After a VAR review overturned an offside in the build-up, his rifled effort was confirmed as a goal.
With a near-post header from substitute Gareth Bale’s 64th-minute corner, Lucas Moura halved the deficit.
Before Bale and Son Heung-min both struck the woodwork as a Spurs side that had 68 percent possession and 16 more shots in total were unable to salvage a point, Kane then dragged inches wide.
The first win by David Moyes over Jose Mourinho lifts West Ham 45 points above Chelsea, two ahead of the Blues.
Ninth, nine points behind but with a match in hand, Spurs remain.