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Harry Kane | Forward

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (21) / 7/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 143

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Harry Kane scored again to spark the Tottenham comeback against Hull City in Week 12.
Kane is Tottenham's top scorer this season with two goals in three Premier League starts and 11 goals for the season in all competitions. The young striker has a knack for being in the right place at the right time and was the quickest to react to slot the ball in to the net after Christian Eriksen's free-kick rebounded off the post and the Hull goalkeeper. Kane has been averaging 15 Yahoo fantasy points per game since he came off the bench against Aston Villa in Week 10 and his form shows no sign of slowing down, so he should be seen as your "go-to" Spurs striker with Emmanuel Adebayor struggling for fitness and Roberto Soldado struggling for goals. Nov 25 - 8:22 AM


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Harry Kane continued his rich vein of goalscoring form as Tottenham edged closer to the Europa League knockout stage with a win over Asteras Tripolis.

Harry Kane is Tottenham's top scorer this season and added yet another goal as Spurs grabbed a nervy win in Greece. It had started fairly comfortably for Mauricio Pochettino's men as they raced in to a 2-0 half time lead thanks to goals from Andros Townsend and Kane, but the second half was dominated by Tripolis and Spurs only just hung on after conceding a late penalty. Fazio was sent off for committing the foul, his second red card in seven appearances since joining the club in the summer. Spurs must perform better if they are to beat Stoke on Sunday, but Kane has surely done enough to earn his first league start of the season.
Source: BBC Sport
Nov 7 - 6:40 AM

Harry Kane made an immediate impact as a substitute in the second half for Tottenham, and he would eventually score the game winning goal as Spurs came from behind to defeat Aston Villa, 1-2.

Has the Kane era officially begun? Another uninspired showing in the first half from Spurs caused Mauricio Pochettino to turn to his bench as Erik Lamela came on to replace Christian Eriksen to begin the 2nd, and Kane would replace Emmanuel Adebayor near the hour mark. Once Kane entered, a dormant attack finally woke up, and a red card handed out to Christian Benteke set the stage for the comeback. First, Nacer Chadli evened the score, as he tapped in an Erik Lamela corner after sneaking past defenders to the far post. Then, in the 90th minute, Kane stepped up to take a free kick and a deflection off the head of Nathan Baker in the Villa Wall was enough to catch Brad Guzan wrong-footed. Kane has been money all season in non-league matches. Today's result may earn him a start next weekend as Spurs host Stoke.

Second-half goals from Erik Lamela and Harry Kane sent Tottenham into the quarter-finals of the League Cup at the expense of Championship side Brighton.

For the second mid-week running we have Kane and Lamela scoring the goals to give Tottenham a victory. Lamela was introduced at half-time and bagged the opener within 10 minutes after some neat interplay with Roberto Soldado, before Kane sealed the win by stabbing the ball home after Soldado's shot was saved. Kane is the club's top scorer in all competitions this season with six goals and may have done enough to earn a start against Aston Villa on Sunday.
Source: BBC Sport
Oct 30 - 9:42 AM

Mauricio Pochettino's winning start as Tottenham manager continued as they thrashed AEL Limassol to clinch their place in the Europa League group stage.

That's four wins out of four games for Pochettino, and this victory was achieved while giving many key players a rest ahead of the match with Liverpool on Sunday. Harry Kane missed an early penalty but scored the opening goal on the stroke of half-time, before a Paulinho goal and Andros Townsend penalty made it 3-0 for a comfortable 5-1 aggregate win.
Source: BBC Sport
Aug 29 - 5:17 AM

'tis the season for players to sign new five year deals with their existing clubs and Harry Kane has pledged his future to Spurs in the same way Kompany and Silva have at City.

OK, maybe it isn't exactly the same since Silva and Kompany are bedrock members of a squad that has won two of the past three Premier League titles and Kane is at the fringes of the Spurs strikeforce. Still, with Spurs thin at forward and rumors swirling about Kane potentially leaving, the new contract will provide some much-needed stability for the club as it looks to add as the transfer deadline approaches.
Aug 14 - 11:17 AM

Tottenham completed their pre-season tour of North American with a comfortable win over Chicago Fire.

This was the final game of Tottenham's US tour and they leave undefeated after drawing with Seattle, and beating Toronto and Chicago. An early goal from Harry Kane and a late goal from Arron Lennon sealed a 2-0 win here, with Erik Lamela impressive again. Kane got a fair amount of pitch time towards the end of last season and is expected to play a key squad role this season, with Mauricio Pochettino keen to give the younger players an opportunity to impress as he did at Southampton.
Source: Daily Mail
Jul 27 - 7:42 AM

Tottenham Hotspur boss Tim Sherwood has assured Harry Kane that he remains part of his plans and has a role to play this season.

Kane is behind Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado, but will get more opportunities now Jermain Defoe has departed for the MLS. The England Under-21 international has impressed in cameos and Sherwood was very complimentary of the young striker. "He's had to be very patient. If I was Harry Kane, I'd be banging my door down every day and saying 'Why aren't I getting an opportunity to play' but he's respectful enough to know that we've got world-class strikers. He will get his time."
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 4 - 9:10 AM

Andre Villas-Boas says Harry Kane is likely to leave Tottenham on loan despite being "excellent in training".

Kane is highly regarded at Spurs and with good reason. The young forward had a phenomenal scoring record at youth level and is currently the first choice striker at England under-21 level having scored a hat-trick for them earlier this month. He's behind Roberto Soldado, Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor in the White Hart Lane pecking order and unlikely to get many first team opportunities right now, so a loan move would seem to make sense for both parties.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Oct 22, 2013 03:17:00 PM