Choruses of ‘He’s one of our own’ rang out around the ground at White Hart Lane, as Harry Kane’s brace clinched the three points against rivals Arsenal in the London Derby yesterday. The visitors had surged ahead with a goal from Mesut Ozil – his third in as many games – but Kane equalised for Tottenham early in the second half and then sealed the win with a majestic header in the 86th minute. the win takes Spurs into 5th place in the League table, while the Gunners have slipped down to 6th.
Kane, whose goal tally is now 22 in 34 appearances has not escaped the attention of England manager, Roy Hodgson, who attended the match yesterday. If his current form is anything to go by, Kane is certain to feature heavily in Hodgson’s plans for the future of the England team.