Tottenham striker Harry Kane proved to be the difference in Tottenham’s game against Dortmund yesterday as his second-half strike was the solitary goal in the game.
The striker finished with typical confidence past Roman Buerki in the Dortmund goal after being put through on goal by Moussa Sissoko.
His 49th minute strike was his 24th goal in European competition for Spurs, which meant that he is now the club’s all-time leading scorer in Europe overtaking Jermain Defoe.
There were fears that Kane would take some time to get back to his best after his injury lay-off but he has hit the ground running since returning having scored 3 goals in 4 games.
He continues his habit of scoring in crucial games at the highest level. While many had him down as a one season wonder, he’s still banging the goals in five season’s later.
Check out his scoring stats during his club and international career so far:
14 goals in 17 Champions League games
124 goals in 174 Premier League games
10 goals in 14 FA Cup games
5 goals in 11 League Cup games
10 goals in 29 Europa League games
20 goals in 35 caps
5 goals in 6 World Cup games
Note: Harry Kane is sensational. pic.twitter.com/3KtoMH69A9
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