World Cup 2018: When the Tottenham boys made all the noise

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We had twelve players in Russia and  watching the World Cup can only bring about a great sense of pride for Spurs fans 

Harry Kane lead England into the semi-finals against former Spurs stars Luka Modric and Vedran Corluka , so the proper half  north London are well represented.

The statistics read proud for our club.No club has more World Cup goals at the tournament than Spurs with 12 after Kieran Trippier’s incredible free-kick put England 1-0 up against Croatia in the semi-final, Spurs officially moved one goal ahead of Barcelona.

Harry Kane leading the way with six in the race for the Golden Boot, it is easy to see where half the goals have come from and ahead of facing club mates Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld the Three Lions skipper will be hoping to add to his tally.

And  Heung-Min Son who grabbed the second goal for South Korea when Germany were knocked out in the group stages!

Our boys will come home, we are proud of their efforts and come Sunday our club captain may get his hands on the biggest prize of all. Hugo Lloris, Tottenham captain and World Cup winner has a nice ring to it 

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  1. Who is Hartu Kane? Is he Japanese or Korean. Missed that signing!

    Facts speak for themselves; 25% of the outfield players in the England squad, 66% of the goals. No wonder Piers Morgan is Piersed off! Arsenal provided 5% of the squad and 0% of the goals. Didn’t do much for other countries either, not even their home country – France!

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