Kane equals Ronaldo's Premier League goal total

Posted October 01, 2017

Chances were far fewer in the second period as Huddersfield laid out a tighter stall, but Spurs nearly added to their lead minutes after the restart when Eriksen's ball across the face of goal was inches away from picking out Kane in front of an empty net. I'm just there to put them away.

Tottenham faces a challenging October that includes Premier League games with Liverpool and Manchester United as well as a trip to Santiago Bernabeu to face Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.

Six minutes later the Londoners doubled their advantage.

Tommy Smith forced Hugo Lloris into a decent save in the fifth minute with a well-struck low drive and the Terriers showed they meant business by snapping into their early tackles.

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However, Kane underlined again why he is one of Europe's hottest properties and why nearly every major side in the world would love to have him.

Many have started to compare the Spurs front-man with the iconic La Liga duo, and growing numbers are expecting him to one day overtake Alan Shearer as the all-time leading scorer in the Premier League.

Next up for Spurs after the worldwide break is a home encounter with Bournemouth in a fortnight.

After seven one-touch passes, the ball bobbled loose to Davies 16 yards out and he had all the time in the world to clip a shot past Lossl.

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Harry Kane is having a wonderful September.

Kane opened the scoring by beating Jonas Lossl at the near post and then scored his 13th of the month for club and country by bending a superb strike into the left-hand corner from the edge of the area.

Huddersfield certainly did not give up but they lacked the class needed to get back into the contest.

Dier and Christian Eriksen continued to harass Huddersfield but their impact was limited and Kane failed to see enough of the ball to cause further trouble.

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"It was a learning curve, I was young, I was away from home, the crowd got on the ref's back, and it was all part of a learning experience for me, but better memories this time".