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Harry Kane | Forward | #37

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (22) / 7/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 143

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Harry Kane scored from the spot and added another from open play as Tottenham dispatched Norwich City easily, 0-3, pushing them above Arsenal to third in the table.
It was all Spurs from minute one and it only took the second minute to grab the opener. Christian Eriksen fired a shot that was parried into the path of Dele Alli who smashed it in for his 5th goal in last six road matches. Alli was then fouled in the box on the half hour mark which allowed Kane the chance to grab his first with a converted penalty shot. They would coast from there, but Kane would notch his 15th league goal of the season on 90 minutes, finishing sublimely after being set free with a pass from Eriksen. Alli was subbed at the break for apparently feeling "under the weather". Time will tell if he will be fit for the next match this weekend. Feb 2 - 5:03 PM
Source: NBC Sports

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Fulham teenage striker Moussa Dembele is having a medical evaluation as Tottenham are on the verge of signing him for a fee of around £6m.

Spurs have been needing to add a striker to their squad since the summer window, but the deal with Fulham looks to only be agreed upon if they loan the 19-year-old straight back to the Cottagers for the remainder of the season, which still leaves Tottenham lacking at the position. Dembele has eleven goals on the season and is one of the few attacking threats Fulham has, as they are fighting to avoid being relegated from the Championship. Mauricio Pochettino has proven to have a keen eye for young talent, so expect big things from the "other" Dembele if the transfer is completed, just not this season.
Source: The Guardian
Jan 30 - 8:08 AM

Harry Kane rocketed a penalty past Kasper Schmeichel in the dying minutes to earn Spurs a replay at the King Power Stadium.

It wasn't what Spurs wanted between adding another fixture to the schedule and having to bring Kane and Dele Alli into the match. Spurs went ahead early when Christen Eriksen powered home a rebounded Nacer Chadli shot. The Foxes responded with goals on either side of halftime. It looked like Spurs would bow out before a controversial penalty was called on Nathan Dyer.
Source: Espnfc.com
Jan 10 - 1:53 PM

Dele Alli set Harry Kane up twice in the first half for scores as Tottenham cruised to a tidy 3-0 win over Norwich City.

Alli's move from a defensive midfield position to a role "in the hole" is showing to be a smart move by Mauricio Pochettinio as the young man set Kane up twice in the first half. While not credited for an assist for the first goal, it was Alli's ball to Kane that saw the latter tripped up by Delcan Rudd in the area which awarded Spurs a penalty. Kane converted what proved to be the game-winner. Then, just before the break, Alli fed Kane again and the striker finished clinically for his eleventh league goal of the season. Tottenham were in control the whole way, but a wonderful strike by Tom Carroll from distance put the game to bed on 80 minutes.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, Dec 26, 2015 12:03:00 PM

Mauricio Pochettino says the knock picked up by striker Harry Kane in the win over Southampton was not serious.

Kane appeared to twist his knee during the closing moments at St Marys’ prompting Pochettino to replace the England striker in the 91st minute. But the Argentine was quick to allay any injury fears: "He is okay. I only took him off for a precaution." Following another slow start to the season, Harry Kane has managed 8-goals in his last eight Premier league appearances and the importance of keeping last seasons’ PFA Young Player of the Year fit and healthy cannot be underestimated. With Clinton N’Jie likely to miss months as opposed to weeks after undergoing knee surgery and Heung-Min Son struggling to recapture his form since recovering from a foot problem Tottenham are beginning to look a little lightweight in attack. Kane is expected to be available for the Boxing Day clash against Norwich City.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Dec 22, 2015 07:06:00 AM

Tottenham kept up their impressive form as Harry Kane was at the double to lead Spurs to a comfortable 4-1 win over West Ham United.

The two sides played it tight for the first 20 minutes or so, but Dele Alli took a shot that deflected to the feet of Kane who spun in the box and smashed one into the back of the net to give Spurs the edge on 23 minutes. Ten minutes later, Christian Eriksen delivers a corner that was headed home by Toby Alderweireld. Eriksen would add a second assist to give Kane his brace on 50 minutes, as the striker sneaked one past Adrian, who should have stopped it. Kyle Walker put an exclamation point on things in the 83rd minute, curling one in after a 1-2 with Heung-min Son. Kane could have easily made it a trick were it not for a terrible miss in a 1 v 1 situation earlier but Spurs are clicking right now, two points off the top 4.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Nov 22, 2015 01:07:00 PM

Harry Kane scored his third goal in two North London Derbies in the Premier League as he opened the scoring in the 1-1 draw.

Kane took advantage of multiple failures from the Arsenal defense to slot home past Petr Cech in the 32nd minute. Spurs weathered early pressure from the Gunners without conceding and then enjoyed the better of the play for most of the middle of the match. Things fell apart late for Spurs who conceded a goal to the unlikeliest of players as Kieran Gibbs forced a ball past Hugo Lloris from a Mesut Ozil cross to level things. Olivier Giroud had multiple chances to put Arsenal ahead but Spurs held on for a solid away point.
Source: espnfc.com
Sun, Nov 8, 2015 01:22:00 PM

Harry Kane is showing signs of coming out of his season-long funk as he contributed his fourth goal in his past two Premier League matches as Spurs beat Aston Villa 3-1.

You can see what you want to see in Harry Kane's four-goal-in-two-match outburst. You can see a player who was scintillating for most of last season finally getting back on the mark after a slow start. You can also see a player cashing in against the dregs of the league as his four goals have come against Bournemouth and Aston Villa. Perhaps we'll learn more next weekend when Spurs face Arsenal in the North London Derby. Spurs also got goals from Mousa Dembele and Deli Alli in the 3-1 win while conceding one to Jordan Ayew.
Source: espnfc.com
Mon, Nov 2, 2015 05:09:00 PM

After scoring just once in his first nine league matches, Harry Kane erupted today, scoring a hatrick as Tottenham defeated AFC Bournemouth, 1-5.

There you are, Harry! After falling behind to the Cherries in the opening minute, it was all Spurs this afternoon. Kane drew a penalty and successfully converted it to level the score in the 9th minute. Mousa Dembele, who is hitting his best form in some time, latched on to a Danny Rose attempt to score what would be the game-winner. Erik Lamela made it three to Spurs on the half hour, smashing home a spill by Artur Boruc. Kane would grab his other two goals in the second half, one with a powerful finish, the other sliding into the box to poke home a Christian Erisken cross. Spurs are certainly making noise now. With the defense still strong, save for a first minute slip, now an attack that has Kane firing has got the club in very good shape.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Oct 25, 2015 12:05:00 PM

Harry Kane finally registered his first league goal of the season as Tottenham had their scoring boots on today with a resounding 4-1 win over Manchester City.

After having only scored five goals total in their first six games, Spurs decided to bust out in a big way. City took the early lead but Eric Dier was able to strike just before the half to level things. It was all Spurs in the second, as they took the lead in the 50th minute with a Toby Alderweireld header from an Eric Lamela free kick. Kane finally broke his duck when he took the rebound off the bar of a Christian Eriksen shot and floated it home. Lamela would grab the fourth by dancing around the City keeper before creating space to finish smartly. Kane's goal should get the monkey off of his back and Lamela put in perhaps his best performance of the season. Tottenham are starting to climb the table after a slow start.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, Sep 26, 2015 09:44:00 AM

Having seemingly given up on the pursuit of Saido Berahino, Tottenham have prepared a bid for the transfer of forward Son Heung-min from Bayer Leverkusen.

Time is running out on Daniel Levy to add a much-needed striker to the squad and after spending weeks trying to woo away Berahino, they are now scouring the globe for a competent striker. Son, a South Korean international, has had decent success in the Bundesliga, scoring 21 times in 63 appearances, and is still not fully mature at 23 years of age. He would need to exhibit the physicality necessary to thrive in the Premier League as a striker, but if signed, he will be a clear #2 to Kane as an option there, and perhaps more utilized out wide if Totteham can bring in one more addition to add depth at center forward.
Source: BBC Sport
Thu, Aug 27, 2015 11:06:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino allayed injury fears by confirming Harry Kane was replaced during Saturdays’ draw at White Hart Lane because of cramp in his calf muscles.

Kane was replaced after 64-minutes with Spurs seemingly cruising against Stoke [2-nil] before an inspired double substitution by Mark Hughes which saw Stephen Ireland and Joselu enter the game. Their impact was almost immediate as Ireland crossed for Diouf but his header - which served as a warning - was straight at Lloris. However the Potters’ didn’t need to wait too long. Alderweireld fouled Joselu in the box which was converted by Arnautovic before Ireland floated another pin-point cross to Diouf and this time there was no mistake. Disappointed, Pochettino revealed post-match "Harry was very tired and had some cramps in his calf, so to take the risk with the score at 2-0; I didn't think it was a problem. We don't take risks with his body."
Sun, Aug 16, 2015 05:05:00 AM

Tottenham reportedly have opened talks with AS Monaco about the possible acquisition of teenage striker Anthony Martial.

Martial in only 19 years of age but has put together an impressive resume nonetheless in his budding professional career, both for club and country. He projects to be a major figure for the French national team in the coming years and would join Harry Kane to form a very young and very talented strike force. While other names like Yannick Bolasie have hit the rumor mill at White Hart Lane this summer, reports have Martial at the top of their wish list. Assuming Pochettino sticks with one striker in his formation, Martial would slot in behind Kane and would need to prove very little to stay ahead of Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor on the depth chart, assuming the two veterans are still with the club at the start of next season.
Source: Sky Sports
Fri, Jun 12, 2015 11:47:00 AM

Tottenham qualified for the group stage of the Europa League after finishing fifth in the Premier League with a confident win at Everton.

Spurs have been lacklustre over the past two months, but this was an assured performance and a deserved victory over a disappointing Everton side. Kane scored his 31st goal of the season, equalling a Premier League club record, after he headed in Eric Dier's first-half cross. The Toffees offered little, with Seamus Coleman's angled effort the closest they came to equalising. Spurs end the season in a respectable 5th position in Mauricio Pochettino's first campaign in charge and go in to next season's Europa League proper, while Roberto Martinez will reflect on a poor year, ending in 11th.
Source: BBC Sport
Sun, May 24, 2015 02:17:00 PM

Tottenham Hotspur squandered a chance to gain ground on Manchester United for one last push toward a Champions League place after losing at home to Manchester City, 0-1.

It was a battle between the two top goal scorers this season, Kane and Aguero, but it would be Aguero to find paydirt and White Hart Lane. Tottenham created some chances and had some nice moments from Erik Lamela and Eric Dier, but once they conceded the opener, it was City's defending that told the story. Kane is now two goals behind Aguero for the Golden Boot but should he fall short of that accomplishment, it has still been an amazing season well beyond anyone's expectations.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, May 3, 2015 01:12:00 PM