Dimitar Berbatov has hailed Harry Kane for his assist to set up Heung-Min Son’s early goal against West Ham.
Son and Kane have formed a deadly partnership that has seen both of them score 18 goals for the club already this season.
Kane leads the way with 10 goals, but the striker has added assists to his game and he has now provided 8 assists already this season.
Like most fans and pundits, Berbatov was impressed by Kane’s pass from his half to set up Son’s first goal inside one minute against the Hammers.
The former Spurs striker enjoyed the pass so much and he claimed that it is the kind of assistance that you will expect from a player like Kevin De Bruyne.
He also talked about the blossoming partnership between the pair and claimed that it shows that both players understand that football isn’t a selfish game and the team comes first which makes everyone individually better.
‘Kane’s assist at the weekend, that’s next level s***, you expect that from Kevin De Bruyne,’ said Berbatov via Mail Online.
On the relationship between Son and Kane: ‘They are almost telepathic,’ he said. ‘They understand that football isn’t a selfish game, that when you try to set up your team-mate and play for them, you end up playing better yourself and it helps the team.’