Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has been speaking to CBS Sports about Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane, and described the Spurs man as a ‘complete striker’.
Kane is enjoying an incredible individual season, with 19 goals and three assists across all competitions for Spurs so far (Transfermarkt). The 29-year-old is on course for one of his best campaigns to date if he continues on this trajectory.
It’s been a great year for Kane, too, as he recently became Tottenham’s all-time leading goalscorer (GOAL) after bagging goal number 267 against Manchester City. Suffice to say, Kane has established his legacy as a Tottenham legend of late.
He’s been unable to score in the last two games, where Spurs have fallen to defeats against Leicester City in the Premier League, and AC Milan in the Champions League. But, Kane is still one of the very best in the world in his position, according to Henry.
The former Arsenal man said: “He has become complete, he became an all-around player and this is what I like about him. We all know what he can do and all know what he can do in the box.
“What he does outside of the box now for his team this is something that I have to respect massively. He has become a complete striker.”
When he was asked if City would be better with Kane, rather than Erling Haaland, Henry said: “I think so.”
Spurs Web Opinion
There’s no player I would rather have in the world than Harry Kane. His finishing and attacking output is phenomenal, but his all-around play is just incredible, too. He really is a complete striker; there’s nothing he can’t do.
I dread to think where Spurs would be this season without Kane, I really do. Our season can still be a success, but that will all be down to Kane’s performances and goals.
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