Kane on target, Spurs cruise in Hong Kong

Son Heung-min, Vincent Janssen and Harry Kane all scored as Tottenham Hotspur eased to a 4-1 friendly win against Hong Kong champions Kitchee on Friday evening.

Kane struck seven goals in just two games to round off Tottenham's Premier League season and finish as the division's top goal scorer with 29 goals.

"I'm not anxious about the situation of our players, because the players we want to keep we will keep and the players we want to sell we will sell".

The season is now officially over for Tottenham, and the players will return to London and then disperse thither and yon for their summer breaks, except for the players who are involved in the upcoming global matches in June.

Three minutes later he found the net again and this time it counted when he intercepted a poor clearance just outside the box and curled home a right-foot shot.

Spurs made a raft of substitutions for the second half, Alli, Dier, Trippier, Jan Vertonghen and Victor Wanyama all getting a run-out, but Kane stayed on the bench.

Home keeper Wang Zhenpeng was being kept busy by Christian Eriksen, who had a few attempts on target kept out in a fairly routine manner, but there was to be no stopping Janssen's close-range finish once picked out by Ben Davies down the left.

Kane made his entrance as Son's replacement to a huge ovation, and the Premier League's leading scorer added the third seven minutes from time when, after sweeping the ball wide to Trippier, the England striker finished easily after receiving a perfectly weighted return pass at the far post.

Kitchee deserved a goal for playing a full part in an end-to encounter and got it a minute from the end when Lucas managed to scramble the ball home.

Red-hot Spurs have scored 17 times in their last three games, all away from home, and Pochettino said he was not anxious about having to play all their home matches "away" at Wembley next season while White Hart Lane is redeveloped.

A third trip to this part of the world in the past decade was shoehorned into Tottenham's schedule to help boost their global profile, with supporters treated to a couple of goals in the first half and a few more late on at the Hong Kong Stadium, including a consolation for the hard-working hosts.

"I have said many, many times that Wembley will be another challenge for us", he said. This may be the last time we will have gotten to see players like Kyle Walker and Moussa Sissoko in a Tottenham Hotspur shirt, as both have been strongly linked with moves away from the club.

This post was syndicated from Vanguard News.

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