Harry Kane looks back on derby delight with cheerful tweet

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

If there is one thing Harry Kane loves more than scoring goals, it’s scoring goals against Arsenal.

On this day in 2015, Kane banged a brace at White Hart Lane against the Gunners, sending Spurs to a much-needed North London Derby win.

Mesut Ozil opened the scoring in the derby, slotting the ball home after just 11 minutes, and for a while, it looked as if it would be one of those days for Tottenham.

However, some Kane heroics would eventually see them overturn the deficit.

Nodded on at the near post from a corner, Harry Kane was jogging on the spot at the back to tap home his first of the game, pulling Spurs back into the tie.

Not content on stopping there, Harry added his second in the dying minutes, as Nabil Bentaleb swung in a cross for the striker to expertly head home.

Plenty more where they came from once he’s back.

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