Harry Kane was back to his very best against Leicester City on Sunday, scoring two excellent goals as Tottenham eased to a 3-0 victory.

His second goal was particularly brilliantly. The England captain cut inside and curled an unstoppable shot into the far corner. Kasper Schmeichel had no chance – watch it here.

But arguably, Kane’s most impressive moment during the game wasn’t a goal. It was actually the sublime pass he produced to put Son Heung-min through in the second half.

Unfortunately Son miscontrolled the ball and slipped, but Kane’s vision and execution prove why he is so much better than most strikers. Watch the stunning pass below.



  1. In fact would he be better playing in midfield when Spurs not in possession and switch to striker role when Spurs in full attacking mode? His wonderful attacking passing coupled with speedy Son/Lucas/Bergwin is really mouth watering!


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