Harry Kane gives his take on Clement Lenglet and Richarlison’s full debuts

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Harry Kane
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In the wake of Tottenham Hotspur’s win against Fulham in the Premier League this weekend, Harry Kane took to social media to reflect on the victory.

Spurs beat newly-promoted Fulham 2-1, in what many have described as the North London club’s best performance of the season so far. The result sees Tottenham maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign.

Prior to the game against Fulham, Spurs had been criticised for failing to dominate possession and not creating enough chances. This time out, the Lilywhites registered 51.9% of possession throughout the game and had 23 shots (Sky Sports).

Harry Kane once again turned in a performance of the highest quality as he continues his rich vein of form this campaign. He scored Spurs’ second goal of the game to take his tally for the season to five in his first six games (Transfermarkt).

On his Twitter account after the match, Kane shared a short video message reflecting on what he described as a ‘big win’. The star striker also turned his focus to the upcoming Champions League tie against Marseille on Wednesday.

He said: “A big win today. I thought it was a great performance from start to finish. A shame it was a little bit nerve-wracking towards the end there, and we probably should have finished the game off earlier.

“But it was a really good performance from the boys, from back to front. A good win at home, nice to get on the scoresheet again. The ball just fell to me there at the back post and I was able to stick it home.”

Kane touched on the strength in depth Spurs now possess too, saying: “Richarlison and Clem [Lenglet] on their first starts in the Prem were fantastic. We’re going to need the whole squad.

“We’ve got the Champions League game under the lights here at home on Wednesday and we’re looking forward to it. So keep up the support, and let’s keep it going!”

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Harry Kane was fantastic against Fulham and showed once again just how important he is to Spurs – not just in terms of goalscoring, but all around the pitch, with impeccable vision to create chances for those around him.

It’s a shame he’s going to need a rest soon, because there really is no one like Harry Kane. With two big games up next, let’s hope Harry turns on the style and delivers, and then he can enjoy a well-earned rest.

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