Ryan Mason has claimed that Harry Kane’s talent is not fully appreciated and has labelled the Tottenham Hotspur forward as a ‘special talent’.
Mason took charge of Spurs for the first time last night in his second stint as interim head coach where he saw his side come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Manchester United.
The first half at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium saw Spurs have chances of their own, only for defensive errors once again to gift the opposition the lead.
Boos rung out around the stadium heading into the half time interval and the Spurs hierarchy will certainly have breathed a sigh of relief after a draw certainly helped to dampen the frustration of those in attendance towards the ownership.
Kane played an instrumental part in Tottenham’s resurgence in the match when he delivered an inch-perfect pass for Heung-min Son to level the score.
The England international’s future in north London is once again generating plenty of speculation with Kane set to enter the last year of his deal and is wanted by Manchester United (Express).
Mason was speaking about Kane at this afternoon’s pre-Liverpool press conference and waxed lyrical about his former-team mate.
He was quoted as saying by the Evening Standard’s Dan Kilpatrick on Twitter: “This country doesn’t appreciate how good he is. He is incredible. Watching as a coach, it’s a pleasure. This country should appreciate we’ve got a really special talent.”
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