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“The Rise of Spurs’ Phenomenal Teen Sensation: A Threat to Harry Kane’s Legacy?”

A fantastic goal machine is waiting for a senior opportunity at Spurs.

At Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Kane’s legacy surpasses that of every player who came before him.

At Spurs, a few have received trophies. A few have amassed an enormous goal total. Some have produced very unique moments.

Though he never took home a trophy during his time in north London, Kane will unquestionably be remembered as the greatest player the team has ever had.

With 17 goals in his first 11 Bundesliga games for Bayern Munich, the striker left with little bitterness this summer to pursue new opportunities.

Even a goal from inside his half has been scored. Naturally, there has been. This is a marvel at scoring goals.

Luckily, the Lilywhites haven’t lost sight of their best player. Ange Postecoglou’s players are still in an unexpected title chase despite suffering back-to-back losses. Although it has demonstrated that they are more than just a one-man band, Kane hasn’t exactly been forgotten.

Tottenham’s record with Harry Kane

Kane left the English capital with an incredible 278 goals from 430 games, becoming him the club’s all-time top goalscorer before transferring to Germany.

This was a player who for nine straight seasons scored more than 20 goals in a single campaign. In five of those terms, he even found the net on more than 30 occasions with his best tally coming back in 2017/18.

During that phenomenal campaign, Kane scored 41 times in all competitions with 30 of those strikes coming in the Premier League. So much for that one-season wonder, eh?

He seemingly saved his best for the big event too. In north London derbies the England international scored 14 goals. The 30-year-old has only scored more goals against Everton (16) and Leicester (20) during his career.

Finding a goal-scoring commodity as good as Kane again will be a tough ask, but there is one young sensation in the academy who’s starting to make all the right noises.

Tottenham’s best young striker

Back in June, Spurs were able to tie down the future of budding striker Mikey Moore. Aged 15 at the time this was a piece of business that for obvious reasons didn’t spark flames.

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