Former Tottenham star Garth Crooks has laid into Harry Kane for the best way he performed in opposition to Arsenal within the North London Derby on Sunday.
Arsenal ran out snug winners on this huge sport, with three first-half targets from Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka sufficient to ship the three factors to the crimson half of north London.
It was one other dangerous day for Spurs, who are in dire form at the moment, and for Kane particularly as he continued his surprisingly long term with out scoring a Premier League objective this season.
The England worldwide can usually be relied on in these huge matches, however Crooks was totally unimpressed along with his efficiency and his physique language within the defeat on the Emirates Stadium.
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Writing in his BBC Sport column, Crooks, who performed 183 video games for Spurs between 1980 and 1985, mentioned: “The writing was on the wall at Emirates Stadium once I noticed Ben White outjump Harry Kane for a 50/50 header within the early exchanges.
“Anybody can lose a header but it surely’s Kane’s physique language that nervous me.
“I mentioned final week in opposition to Chelsea that he appeared like he didn’t fancy it, whereas in opposition to Arsenal he appeared like he was going by the motions.
“I anticipate the captain of Tottenham Hotspur and England to be product of harder stuff.”
Kane’s type actually appears an actual fear for Tottenham, who appear to have an sad participant on their arms, with a system underneath Nuno Espirito Santo that additionally appears to be failing to get one of the best out of him.