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Harry Kane argues ‘incredible’ Erling Haaland is motivating Premier League strikers to hit more

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Harry Kane argues ‘incredible’ Erling Haaland is motivating Premier League strikers to hit more

Harry Kane has stated that Erling Haaland’s phenomenal influence since joining Manchester City has only increased his desire to score goals.

Haaland joined City from Borussia Dortmund for £51 million this summer and has scored 14 goals in ten outings across all competitions, a phenomenal start.

Kane has scored six goals for Tottenham so far this season, but he wants to add to his three Premier League Golden Boots despite the threat posed by Norway’s Haaland, who is a prolific scorer.

Today night, England will face Italy at the San Siro. 

Prior to the match, the Three Lions captain stated,  “Especially in the Premier League when you’re coming up against the best strikers, it pushes every player around you to be better.

“Everyone’s talking about Haaland because he’s had an incredible start to the season, so rightly so. As you know me, I don’t focus on too many other people, I focus on myself and what I can do.

“We’ve had a good start to the season with Spurs, we probably haven’t played our best football but that’s a good sign to be where we are knowing we can improve. And it’s probably one of the best starts I’ve had in the Premier League.”

City and Tottenham are the only two clubs that have yet to lose in the league this season.

They are presently second and third in the rankings, one point behind league leaders Arsenal.

Kane also disclosed that he has been working with a personal physiotherapist since his most recent injury, which occurred in January 2020 against Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium.

He said, “‘I did my hamstring in January against Southampton away on New Year’s Day and since then I’ve actually found this new physio and we’ve been working together since, for nearly three years now.

“He’s been really great for me, we’ve worked for hours and hours over the three years, built up a really good relationship and I feel like he’s really helped me.

“I’ve seen changes in my body in terms of what my ankles were like before and now after. I’m in a totally different place. So, it’s really pleasing, I’ve kept that under the radar. Not now!”

Harry Kane argues ‘incredible’ Erling Haaland is motivating Premier League strikers to hit more



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