‘Time for a break’- Kane delivers verdict after Spurs end season with drab draw

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Dom Le Roy

Harry Kane has taken to social media to thank the fans for their support after Tottenham Hotspur ended the season with an uninspiring draw against Crystal Palace.

Going into the clash at Selhurst Park, Tottenham needed to better Wolves’ result against Chelsea to seal a place in next season’s Europa League and they managed to do so courtesy of the Blues doing them a favour by turning over Nuno Espirito Santo’s men 2-0.

The performance was not what Spurs fans would have hoped for but a sixth-place finish is an impressive achievement considering how far off the pace the Lilywhites were after their defeat against Sheffield United earlier this month.

Kane, who produced another excellent finish to put Spurs ahead in the first half yesterday afternoon, admitted that it was not the campaign the club were hoping for, despite the improved run of form at the end.

The 26-year-old also wished the best for Jan Vertonghen and Michel Vorm, both of whom look like they are on their way out of North London, with their contract running out.

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The season is ending at the wrong time as far as Harry Kane is concerned as he looks really sharp and match-fit. The extended break due to the pandemic seems to have done him a lot of good.

When he gets on runs like this, it is usually impossible to stop him from scoring. With the shortened break this summer, hopefully, he can keep the momentum for the start of next campaign.

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