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Harry Kane's best Spurs goals

25 July 2019

Harry Kane’s sensational effort against Juventus was the latest in a string of fine goals the Englishman has scored for Tottenham.

The international fired a superb effort from almost the halfway line, catching Juve goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny off guard and securing a 3-2 victory for Spurs.

But Kane is no stranger to the sublime having scored a host of fine efforts for Mauricio Pochettino’s men since bursting onto the scenes in the 2013-14 season.

After scoring his first goal for the club in the Europa League in 2011, Kane made a name for himself in the 2014-15 campaign, notching up 21 Premier League goals in 34 matches.

That included a dramatic last-minute winner against arch-rivals Arsenal in February 2015 as Kane rose highest to nod past David Ospina and secure a 2-1 victory.

In the same season, Kane played a crucial part in a thrilling 5-3 victory over Chelsea.

His first of the evening was a fine long-range drive, flying past Thibaut Courtois before calmly slotting his second in the second half on the way to a sensational win.

In the 2015-16 season Kane was back tormenting Arsenal as Spurs went on a title charge in March 2016.

With the game locked at 1-1, Kane produced a rasping effort from a tight angle to send White Hart Lane wild.

Kane ended the season with 28 goals in all competitions and picked up the Premier League golden boot.

The spectacular kept on coming for Kane in the 2016-17 season as Spurs competed with Chelsea for the Premier League title.

In a pulsating encounter at home to Everton, Kane showed what he could do from long range.

Picking up the ball from 25 yards, the England forward powered the ball past Joel Robles who was left with no chance in the Everton net.

That was one of 29 goals Kane notched up in the Premier League that campaign.

Going into the 2019-20 season Kane has 164 Spurs goals in all competitions, enough to leave him fourth on the all-time Tottenham scorers list.