Harry Kane continued his excellent form for Tottenham on Sunday as he scored twice in the late 3-3 draw against West Ham. The author for Son Heung-min's opener inside the first minute with a stunning pass through to his teammate, the England captain was on the scoresheet seven minutes later with a low shot from outside the box.
Eight minutes later he scored again, as he nodded home from point-blank range following Sergio Reguilon's outstanding cross to net his tenth goal of the campaign. Coming in for so much praise of late after showing that he is so much more than just a goalscorer.
It was a sensational play from Kane and it certainly went down well with Jose Mourinho as the head coach came on the pitch as the half-time whistle sounded to give his player a high five instead of rushing straight down the tunnel.
The boss was also extremely pleased with Tanguy Ndombele's contribution during the London derby.
"Well done, Tanguy," he bellowed at his midfielder after a big tackle in the middle of the pitch that set Spurs up on a break.
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