Former Everton defender, Kevin Ratcliffe has warned Harry Kane to stop backing into players when they are in the air and insisted that the Tottenham striker could end up seriously injuring someone.
Kane is arguably the most in-form player in the Premier League this season, having already scored 8 goals and assisted 10 more in 11 matches (transfermarkt.com).
The striker produced another all-round performance in the North London Derby on Sunday as he helped Tottenham to a 2-0 win, scoring one and setting up another for Son Heung-min.
However, it’s not just his performance in the match that is being widely discussed but also an incident involving him and Arsenal defender, Gabriel Magalhaes, which saw the Brazilian go to ground after colliding with Kane in mid-air.
A similar situation occurred last month in Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Brighton, where Lallana jumped for the ball and collided with Kane, with the referee awarding Spurs a penalty as a result.
Some pundits have now once again questioned the England captain following the incident on Sunday.
Here’s what Ratcliffe tweeted about Kane:
He needs to stop this before he seriously injures someone https://t.co/YnJ9PH5T8L
— Kevin Ratcliffe (@KevRatcliffe4) December 7, 2020
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