Kane happy to end August hoodoo in Spurs win

Heather Diaz
August 20, 2018

Tottenham Hotspur made it two wins from two in the Premier League after dispatching returnees Fulham 3-1 on Saturday afternoon.

"It's insane what a year can do because I only made my debut for England last year, and a year later I'm playing in a World Cup", Trippier told reporters. I promise I am going to fix it if someone is not happy to be here for the next five months until the transfer window opens again.

Another Brazilian, Newcastle United's Kenedy, had a less memorable day, missing a stoppage-time penalty which would have given the 10-man visitors victory at Cardiff City, who were playing their first home Premier League game for four years.

The Serbian missed Joe Bryan's original cross from the left, but when Sessegnon played the ball back across goal he had the simple task of heading home from a yard out, so easy he did it from the floor. I don't change anything. "It is a great win for us", Kane told BBC Sport as Mauricio Pochettino's side made it two wins from two in 2018-19. I think his age and the fact that he's started to pick up a few injuries doesn't help Toby.

The 26-year-old had impressed on Tottenham's pre-season tour, having found his first-team chances limited last season after joining from Paris Saint-Germain in January. Some of the boys saw me shaping up to take it and said that.

"We have the opportunity to score the second too, at the end they show the quality and after the free-kick they score one goal and immediately after this score twice".

"I am so exhausted to talk about if some players aren't happy or some players want to leave". They had scored and gained a lot of momentum, but I think my goal threw them a bit.

World Cup victor N'Golo Kante broke the deadlock before summer signing Jorginho and former FC Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez sealed three points for the Blues. Fulham are a very good side and pass it well.

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"People probably argue Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos [at Real Madrid], who run them close".

Tottenham (3-5-2): Lloris 7; Alderweireld 7, Sanchez (Dembele 63 7) 6, Vertonghen 7; Trippier 8, Dier (Lamela 73 7) 6, Eriksen 7, Alli 7, Davies 7; Moura 7, Kane 7 (Winks 88 6).

"It's not just Russian Federation, I've taken them through the whole of my career", Trippier continued.

"How they provided better organisation and that is why I am so happy".

"I do get recognised in the street now sometimes". But whoever feels confident in the moment can take it. They need to see how the system works, what the manager wants.

"You [England] created football and you create the rules", he said. "If you hit it over the wall you've got every chance of it going in".

"I'm delighted for Harry after all this "he can't score in August" stuff", said Trippier.

The England striker was handed a straight red card for a strong tackle on Wolves right back Matt Doherty, who had earlier scored an own-goal to give Leicester the lead.

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