Harry Kane, Harry Kane, Harry Kane. He’s one of their own.
HE'S ONE OF OUR OWN, HES ONE OF OUR OWNNN, HARRY KANE, HES ONE OF OUR OWN!
— Hotspur Lane (@HotspurLane) September 26, 2015
The under fire England star had struggled to find the back of the net so far this season – until today.
HE SCORES WHEN HE WANTS
— Billie (@Billie_T) September 26, 2015
The 22-year old pounced on an open goal after a stunning Christian Eriksen free-kick forced stand in ‘keeper Willy Caballero into a dive, leaving the goal at his mercy.
The Spurs hitman finally ends his Premier League goal drought, having not netted a single goal in the opening six games.
If you listen closely you can hear the cries from the English media as the Harry Kane goal drought narrative is smashed up. #COYS
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) September 26, 2015
Despite 31 goals last season, he had been under scrutiny to replicate the same form that saw him force his way into the Three Lions set up thus far.
He reacted well to the second ball, coming alive ahead of City’s backline, and sent the home fans into wonderland with his goal.
— Arizona Hotspur (@ArizonaHotspur) September 26, 2015
Empty net, but he had to keep calm to put that into the goal on the rebound. Great finish!
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) September 26, 2015
It was Kane who won the free kick which saw teammate Toby Alderweireld head the home side in front, after some good work in the channels.