Harry Kane has developed into a superstar at White Hart Lane in recent seasons but his past month for Tottenham Hotspur has seen the England international show far from his best form, as he’s struggled to make an impression.
With Spurs chasing the top-four and having Manchester United breathing down their necks, Mauricio Pochettino’s side would certainly benefit from a more distinct involvement from their star striker- who’s conversion rate in the past month has been awful.
2 – Harry Kane has scored with just two of his 17 shots in the league since November 26th & one of these goals was a penalty. Frustrated.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 28, 2016
Spurs fans can at least take comfort in the fact that this doesn’t quite tell the full story of Kane’s season so far, as the England striker has netted seven goals in 12 games this term despite missing time on the field due to injury.
That said, Pochettino’s men will need a better record if they are to force themselves back into the top-four and work towards redeeming themselves in the European game after their early exit from the Champions League this season.