Harry Kane has taken to Twitter to address Tottenham’s “tough” and “disappointing” week following two damaging defeats.
Spurs lost ground in the race for the Champions League after losing 3-2 to Southampton on Wednesday before their week went from bad to worse on Sunday afternoon against Wolves.
Looking to avoid losing three consecutive Premier League games for the second time this season, Antonio Conte’s side found themselves 2-0 down inside 18 minutes. Firstly, Raul Jimenez thumped home after some questionable goalkeeping from Hugo Lloris before the Frenchman and Ben Davies allowed Leander Dendoncker to double Wolves’ advantage.
Kane had Spurs’ best chance midway through the second half and while he was one of a few players to leave the game with any credit, his best efforts were unable to stop Tottenham from slipping to eighth.
It’s now three Premier League defeats in a row for Tottenham, who face a daunting trip to runaway leaders Manchester City next weekend.
Following the Wolves defeat, Kane took to Twitter and said that “no words will make up” for the two results in recent days.
A tough and disappointing week. No words will make up for it, we have to keeping working hard and make sure we are ready for the games ahead.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) February 13, 2022