Harry Kane is finally back on the scoresheet for Tottenham.

Besides the Europa Conference League play-off against Pacos de Ferreira, he hadn’t scored for his club in four domestic appearances this season, including Sunday’s defeat to Chelsea.

But just nine minutes after Tanguy Ndombele (here) broke the deadlock, Kane gave Spurs some much-needed breathing space at Molineux when he latched onto a perfectly-weighted Dele Alli pass before firing low under Ruddy to double the lead.

Watch below.



  1. For first time for long time Dele Ali assist the goal. He is still not good enough create the goal and play attacking. The fact is he is running very slow and lazy Better for him to go and get someone who can create and running fast also able to attack in place of Ali


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