Tottenham Hotspur somehow managed to squander a 3-0 lead as they only drew 3-3 with West Ham United this afternoon.
Former Tottenham star Glenn Hoddle believes that Gareth Bale will excel in his second spell at Spurs due to his creativity, rather than the pace and power that was once the hallmark of his game.
Kane was always likely to deliver against the Hammers given his fine goalscoring record against them, and he hardly took any time at all to wreak havoc.
Spurs were blistering in the first half, as Son Heung-min fired home from a stunning Harry Kane pass inside the first minute of the game.
To have made more goal contributions than the great Henry is cast-iron proof that Kane is world-class, and Spurs fans will no doubt be claiming some bragging rights.
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"It is just so sad that we lost a big two points, when we as a collective played so well and as a team dominated and controlled the game, to draw the game feels like we lost".
West Ham have bounced back from losing their opening two Premier League games with resounding 4-0 victories over Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City. "He was so good".
"In certain games, the other massive bonus for me and from a manager's point of view for Jose, when you look along the bench you want game-changers and with Gareth coming in now, you've got Lucas Moura on the bench, possibly you might have Kane on the bench to rest him at times, you can have Son on the bench".
Agonizingly for Bale, after Fabián Balbuena pulled one back in the 82nd and Davinson Sánchez scored an own-goal three minutes later, the on-loan forward from Real Madrid had a golden chance to score Tottenham's fourth. Cresswell's cross was cleared, with the ball eventually falling to Manuel Lanzini.
West Ham like it at Tottenham Hotspur stadium. "They never gave in, they kept going, it's a big result".