Harry Kane continued his impressive form against Leicester City by getting the opener in a 6-2 win over Tottenham.
The 29-year-old took just eight minutes to find the net against Brendan Rodgers’ side when he nodded in at the far post for his 18th Premier League goal against their opponents.
The Tottenham striker has a real love of facing Leicester with those 18 goals coming in just 15 league appearances.
Not only that, but it was Kane’s 20th in total against his most favoured opponents.
For Spurs, Antonio Conte will be delighted to his see his star striker in such excellent form, having already netted seven times this season.
With Heung-min Son struggling for form and subsequently being dropped to the bench for the Saturday evening fixture, Kane has once again showed why he’s among the Premier League’s most influential stars.
Kane’s effort leveled the scores after Youri Tielemans had given Leicester the lead from the penalty spot, before Tottenham then took the lead through Eric Dier midway through the first half to make it 2-1 to the hosts.
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However James Maddison leveled the match shortly before half-time with a well-taken effort to draw the match level, before Rodrigo Bentancur put Spurs ahead shortly after the break.
That was before Rodrigo Bentancur made it 3-2 after capitalising on an error from Wilfred Ndidi in Leicester’s midfield.
Heung-min Son was then introduced late on and stole the show with a late hat-trick to make it 6-2 to Conte’s side on an impressive display.