Journalist reveals what Harry Kane did at full-time after win over Wolves

Harry Kane
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Harry Kane was back in a Tottenham Hotspur shirt this afternoon as Nuno Espirito Santo named him on the bench for the encounter against Wolves.

Spurs came away as 1-0 winners on the day, although that scoreline did not tell the full story of the match, with the home side dominating proceedings.

Tottenham resorted to sitting back and hitting Wolves on the counter after taking the lead early on from the penalty spot, which was won and converted by Dele Alli.

With around 20 minutes to go, Nuno turned to Harry Kane, replacing Heung-min Son to lead the line for his boyhood club, at least one more time.

After coming on, the England captain already looked so calm and assured on the ball, helping Spurs to see out the victory. He even came close to scoring himself after being played in by Steven Bergwijn.

BBC Sport journalist, Simon Stoney revealed that Kane didn’t shy away after the final whistle and walked over the applaud the travelling Tottenham fans before going to hug Nuno.

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