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Harry Kane | Forward | #10

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (24) / 7/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 190

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Mauricio Pochettino was quick to allay mounting injury concerns after Harry Kane was replaced with two minutes, plus injury time, remaining in today’s fixture with Liverpool.
The in-form striker appeared to grab his left hamstring in the dying moments and was immediately substituted sparking fears that he could be set for a spell on the sidelines. But, to the huge relief of more than two million FPL managers, the Tottenham boss confirmed his withdrawal was due to fatigue and not injury: "He's tired, three games in one week and the effort was amazing from him." Pochettino went on to wax lyrical about the striker who once again scored to take him to the top of the goal scoring charts. "He is a fantastic player, one of the best strikers, it's difficult to find words to describe him - he's unbelievable, the effort when we don't have the ball - so professional." Kane will be rested in the Carabao Cup with a view to returning in the early kick-off at Old Trafford next Saturday. Oct 22 - 5:01 PM
Source: talkSPORT

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A Premier League single-game attendance record was set today as Harry Kane contributed two goals and an assist en route to Tottenham's convincing 4-1 win over Liverpool.

Whatever nerves Tottenham were holding while playing at Wembley were eradicated today, as over 80,000 people showed up to watch an impressive display by Spurs. They got an early goal to take away any pressure, when Kane received a Kieran Trippier ball, kept his balance while rounding the keeper and found the back of the net. Eight minutes later, it was 2-0 when Kane angled a lovely ball to Heung-min Son and the latter slotted home. Liverpool would pull one back not long after, but Dele Alli's goal just before halftime, smashing home a ball cleared perfectly into his path, kept the momentum with the home side. Kane capped off his lovely day in the 56th minute, poaching a ball home after an initial shot from Jan Vertonghen. Kane went down late and was removed, but it looks initially to be a minor cramp issue.
Source: NBC Sports
Oct 22 - 1:02 PM

Harry Kane continued his sizzling form and Tottenham looked like title-contenders with a complete performance, dominating Huddersfield Town, 0-4.

Spurs did the bulk of their damage early, scoring three goals inside the first half hour. Kane began affairs when he slotted home after Kieran Trippoer delivered the ball over the top of the defense to set him up. Ben Davies scored the second after a series of fine passes found the wingback in space to score inside the box. The highlight of the day was Kane's second goal though, as he made a run to the left and sent a left-footed curler perfectly into the corner of net. That would cap off the scoring until the 90th minute, when Moussa Sissoko put the finishing touches on the day with a goal set up by Davies. Tottenham need to figure out a way to play this well at Wembley if they are to challenge for the title, as they will face Bournemouth there after the international break.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 30 - 9:29 AM

Swansea City held firm against Spurs in the final fixture of Saturday evening to earn a valuable point at Wembley.

The draw means that Spurs have still not won at Wembley in the PL, perhaps denting the hope that the midweek Champions League win over Dortmund had banished the hoodoo. The first half was dominated by Spurs who held possession but failed to create many chances of note. Swansea defended well and hit on the counter but never got a shot on target. Spurs thought they had won a penalty in the second half when Olsson looked to have handled in the area but Spurs' protests were waved away. Kane also hit the crossbar. Fabianski did well to deny a header by the same man later. Yet again, it wasn't Tottenham's day.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 16 - 2:36 PM

Harry Kane is back—and he'll have fantasy managers scrambling to add him back into the team after a two-goal performance.

The prolific striker notched his 100th goal for Spurs with an ironic effort; after going the entire month of August without a goal, Kane looked to send a cross in towards goal, only to see it loop over Jordan Pickford and into the goal in the 28th minute. Before half-time, Christian Eriksen doubled the club's lead after Ben Davies ripped a shot on target, forcing Pickford to push it across to Eriksen for the easy tap in. But for good measure, Kane added his second in the very first minute of the second half after taking a cross from Davies to bury Everton under a 3-0 deficit at Goodison Park.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 9 - 12:16 PM

In a goalless affair entering its 70th minute, the England v Scotland match on Saturday evening saw two lead changes and a late equalizer as the two sides played to a 2-2 draw.

Kane was awarded the armband for the first time as a member of the Three Lions and he paid off the honor by scoring three minute into second half stoppage time to rescue a point and stay top of their World Cup qualifier group. Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain came on as a substitute in the second half and immediately opened the scoring on seventy minutes. Scotland had an ace up their sleeve in Leigh Griffiths though, who left England stunned when he converted two free kicks for goals, in the 87th and 90th minute respectively, putting Scotland in position to grab three points. Kane would score on a volley after being picked out by Raheem Sterling cross though to end the match on level terms. Given his form, consistency, the club he plays for, and a firm grip on his role, Kane looks poised to be the top pick in most fantasy draft leagues in the new season and will be difficult for any manager to be without at the start of the FPL game.
Source: Sky Sports
Jun 12 - 3:49 AM

Tottenham finished the season on a very positive note as Harry Kane scored a hat trick for the second time in three days and Spurs got goal-happy, ripping apart Hull City 1-7.

Kane scored seven goals in less than 72 hours. Incredible. He finishes the season with 29 goals in league play alone and grabs his second straight Golden Boot. It looks pretty safe to say, this is no one-season wonder, as the away supporters chanted during the dazzling display. Too many goals to provide detail, but Dele Alli, Victor Wanyama, Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld also got on the score sheet. Christian Eriksen provided a pair of assists as well as Kieran Trippier, who looks poised to try and claim the right back role next season with Kyle Walker heavily linked to an exit from the club in the summer. According to Opta, Spurs +60 goal difference is the highest in league history for a non title-winning side. The future certainly looks bright enough though.
Source: NBC Sports
May 21 - 12:34 PM

Tottenham Hotspur dispelled any fears that they would stop performing once the title was lost by routing Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

The game played on an equal footing in the early stages, until Spurs broke the deadlock through Harry Kane from close range. The provider of that goal Son netted soon after as Spurs relentlessly pressed the hosts. Ben Chilwell brought Leicester back within one of Spurs, but that was as close as they got. Kane grabbed his second of the night before he provided the ball for Son to complete his brace. Kane completed his hat-trick just before the end of normal time, before adding a fourth in injury time to sign off a massive statement from Spurs for next season. That's 26 goals for Harry Kane this season. He is now on 26 goals, two ahead of Romelu Lukaku going into the final gameweek.
Source: BBC Sport
May 18 - 4:44 PM

Tottenham's final match at White Hart Lane ended in a 2-1 win over Manchester United, as they close out the season winning 14 straight at home, matching their all-time record.

It was an electric atmosphere in North London, despite dreary weather conditions, and the proceedings got off to a perfect start, with Spurs taking the lead inside of six minutes. A corner was played short to Ben Davies, who sent a pinpoint cross to Victor Wanyama and Wanyama headed home. They would then go two goals to the good shortly after the second half began, when Christian Eriksen sent in a free kick that Harry Kane met with a side-footed finish. Things got a bit testy when Manchester United pulled one back, but Spurs were able to hold tight and secure a second place finish in the league and it was only apropos that Kane would score what turned out to be the match winner.
Source: NBC Sports
May 14 - 1:35 PM

Harry Kane joined select company by scoring 20 goals for a third consecutive season in the Premier League and added an assist as Tottenham continue to dominate at home with a 4-0 romp over AFC Bournemouth.

If it wasn't a perfect day for Tottenham, it came as close one could imagine. Mousa Dembele opened the scoring in the 16th minute, his first of the season, smashing one home after a Christian Eriksen corner. Heung-min Son kept up his blazing form, scoring the next goal after being set up nicely by Kane. Kane then got his goal early in the second half, collecting the ball from Dele Alli in the area and sent a left-footed strike into the back of the net. Spurs cruised from then on and could have scored twice as many goals, but Vincent Janssen scored from the bench in the closing moments, his first from open play in his PL career.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 15 - 9:35 AM

Harry Kane has trained successfully this week and Mauricio Pochettino announced in his press conference today that the striker will be in the squad to face Watford tomorrow.

Poch went on to say that he "hasn't decided yet if he'll [Kane] be in the starting 11 or on the bench", but it is fantastic news regardless for Tottenham, their supporters and fantasy managers across the globe. The FPL game will lock moments before team news will be released as Spurs play tomorrow's early kickoff, so bringing him in for that format immediately is certainly a risk. Just about every other fantasy format will have the luxury of knowing Kane's role and be able to react accordingly.
Apr 7 - 9:00 AM

The injury news for Harry Kane has only gotten worse after scans revealed he suffered ligament damage in his ankle.

The only silver lining is the club confirmed that the ankle injury is not as severe as the one that kept him out for 10 games (seven weeks) at the beginning of the season, although it's the same ankle. Reports suggest a four-to-six week recovery time, but the club has not put a timeframe on the recovery. Said the club in a statement: "We can confirm that Harry Kane sustained ligament damage to his right ankle during Sunday's FA Cup win against Millwall. The injury is similar to the one suffered by the forward against Sunderland in September last year, however it is not considered to be as severe. Harry will continue to be assessed by our medical staff while he undergoes his rehabilitation at our training centre." Manager Mauricio Pochettino will surely turn to Heung-Min Son and Vincent Janssen to replace the Premier League's joint-leading goalscorer after he limped off the pitch in the eighth minute of a 6-0 FA Cup win against Millwall on Sunday.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 15 - 5:51 AM

Tottenham could be without Harry Kane for up-to two months after he suffered an ankle injury during todays’ FA Cup quarter-final tie against Millwall.

The unfortunate incident occurred after only 8 minutes when Kane caught his right ankle between the sliding legs of a defender who was attempting to block his shot. Speaking after the game, Mauricio Pochettino confirmed Kane had "twisted his ankle" although the severity of the problem is yet to be determined. "Now it's a matter of waiting. Assess tomorrow, and after tomorrow, and see what happens. It's difficult." Kane injured the same ankle at Sunderland earlier this season, an injury which kept the England international out for seven weeks and the Tottenham boss admitted "it looks a similar situation." Despite his early departure, Spurs still went onto score six with Heung-Min Son grabbing a hat-trick and Vincent Janssen finishing smartly for his Premier League goal from open play.
Mar 12 - 2:15 PM

Harry Kane kept up his blistering form, scoring twice as Tottenham staved off a late rally by Everton to win their club-record ninth straight home game in league play, 3-2.

Spurs are still seven points from catching up to Chelsea, who have a game in hand, but their performances of late give a sliver of optimism that the title race is not quite over yet. Kane was lethal again, scoring the opener in the 20th minute when he latched onto a pass by Ben Davies, turned, and fired a 25-yarder that found the corner of the net. Kane doubled the advantage shortly into the second half, beating the keeper 1v1 after Dele Alli picked him out. It looked a decided affair as the score stayed 2-0 into the 80th minute, but Everton scored on either side of an Alli goal in the final stages of the match. Alli poked home from close range following a Harry Winks free kick.
Source: NBC Sports
Mar 5 - 10:33 AM

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Harry Kane left Thursday's match with a knock and will be assessed.

Not only did Tottenham lose 1-0 in its Europa League round of 32 first leg match with Gent, but Kane was subbed off with a knock to his knee. While the injury is not thought to be serious, Pochettino hinted that Kane could be rested for the weekend FA Cup match with Fulham: "I think we need to assess some players. Harry Kane got a knock on his knee, different players too. We need to refresh the team and we'll do that. Tottenham will play in Fulham on Sunday. It's not the name of the players, it's the club."
Source: Daily Mail
Feb 17 - 11:52 AM