Photo: Harry Kane shares what he felt when he scored against Dortmund

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Dom Le Roy

Harry Kane helped to fire Tottenham Hotspur into the quarter final of the Champions League last night with a clinical strike against Borussia Dortmund.

The Spurs striker had rarely had a glimpse of goal up until the 49th minute when he latched onto a perfectly weighted through ball from Moussa Sissoko and after taking a touch to get the ball out of his feet, he finished with his right foot beyond Roman Buerki.

The goal certainly took the wind out of the Germans, who in the first half had bombarded the goal but were met with a defiant set of Spurs defenders.

Kane’s strike made him the club’s outright top goal scorer in European competition with 24 goals.

He took to Twitter this morning to share his thoughts on how he felt when he saw the ball hit the back of the net which has left Spurs fans relishing the prospect of another famous European night in the club’s history.

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