So that Harry Kane barren run lasted…three days?
The Tottenham striker responded to criticism of his comeback performance against Manchester United by scoring in tonight’s 2-0 win over West Ham.
And Jose Mourinho called it in his Sky Sports interview before kickoff…
"I wouldn't be surprised if Harry scores tonight." 👀— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 23, 2020
Jose Mourinho believes Harry Kane could 'change the headlines' by getting on the score sheet tonight. 🔥
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Kane still looked leggy in patches and was out on his feet by the end, but he was much more of a goal threat than he was versus United on Friday. Had he been in peak form the 26-year-old may have bagged two or three.
Perhaps Jose can predict that he will score a hat-trick next time…
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