Tottenham return to Premier League action when they travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester in the early kick-off on Saturday.
Spurs, who have drawn 2-2 in each of their away games this season, including Tuesday’s Champions League opener against Olympiacos in Athens, go in search of their first league victory on the road since Harry Winks’ stoppage-time winner against Fulham back in January.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side were without both Harry Kane and Heung Min Son that day – and the former has a remarkable record against the club he spent time on loan at back in 2013.
Kane has scored 11 goals in just eight Premier League games against the Foxes, plus one in the FA Cup and another during a loan spell for Millwall, meaning he has found the net 13 times in 12 appearances in all competitions against Saturday’s opponents.
Seven of those 11 strikes came in just two matches, including Kane’s first Premier League hat-trick in a 4-3 victory at the beginning of 2015 before he notched four for the first time in his career in a 6-1 hammering in Spurs’ penultimate game in 2016/2017.
Harry Kane's favourite Premier League opponents:
⚽️ Leicester (11)💥
⚽️ Arsenal (10)
⚽️ Everton (9)
⚽️ Stoke (9)
⚽️ Southampton (8)
⚽️ Bournemouth (7)
⚽️ West Brom (7)
⚽️ West Ham (7)
⚽️ Aston Villa (6)
— Harry Kane Stats MBE (@HarryKaneStats_) September 19, 2019
Harry Kane’s record vs Leicester:
You can see the first of those trebles in the video below.
March 2015: ⚽⚽⚽
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 19, 2017