Harry Kane insists that Tottenham can thrive this season thanks to his partnership with Son Heung-min
‘We know we can do something special’: Harry Kane insists Tottenham can thrive this season as his partnership with Son Heung-min continues to impress … but the England star insists it’s still ‘too soon’ is to discuss a title challenge.
- Tottenham captain Harry Kane says Spurs can ‘do something special this season’
- Kane and Son Heung-Min combined for the ninth time in the 2020-2021 campaign
- It is the 29th time that the duo have joined for a goal in the Premier League
- Only Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard are above them, on 36 combinations
Harry Kane claims Tottenham can ‘do something special’ this season after he and Son Heung-Min paired up for the ninth time in the 2020-2021 season.
Kane once again assisted Son with a flick-on to watch Spurs beat Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor to take them to fifth place in the Premier League.
Kane is enthusiastic about the club’s current form – he’s unbeaten in 10 games across all competitions, has progressed to the Europa League group stages and the Carabao Cup quarter-finals – but insists it’s ‘too early’ to talk about the Premier League. title.
Harry Kane says his partnership with Son Heung-Min will make Spurs ‘do something special’
About his partnership with Son, the Tottenham captain said BBC Sport: ‘It is awesome.
‘Me and Sonny recently had a nice little collaboration and hopefully it will continue.
“I think I have more understanding if I fall deep so he can run after him [is the difference]. It is also just trust.
“Even today it wasn’t a great assist, but it went well for Sonny.”
It’s the 29th time the duo have joined for a goal in the Premier League – making them the joint second-best partnership in the history of the league, with only Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard above them at 36.
Individually, Son is the leading goalscorer with eight, while Kane was involved in 13 goals this season – breaking the record for most goals and assists contributed in six games.
Kane once again assisted Son to see Spurs defeat Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor on Monday evening