Neither Kane can make Tottenham of the Champions League

The forward came back from the game in four minutes and was about to get the hat-trick. Still the Spurs were not able to seal the victory.


Harry Kane has to go home with a strange feeling and a couple of dangerous questions in his head. What else do you have to do for Tottenham to triumph? Has it peaked in the spurs? Erected as top scorer in the Premier with 19 goals, tracing the match in four minutes against a team at risk of relegation, the Englishman, who also crashed a ball on the post, saw how his teammates gave away the tie and incidentally the possibility of placing to the fourth spurs in the Premier. It is a matter of time before Kane realizes that Tottenham is too small for him.

Especially if you look back. There are players like Rodon or Reguilón, both good players, but also others like Dávinson Sánchez, who seems like a first-rate defender like a third-division defender. The way he gave the first goal to Joelinton leaves him in a very bad place, although his teammates did not show any signs of being able to make up for his mistake.However, Kane, the best of his team, turned the game around in just four minutes, which in practice could end up leaving Newcastle in relegation places and Tottenham in fourth position that left the Champions zone red-hot . Just when it seemed that he could achieve his hat-trick, the ball repelled by the wood ended with an almost subsequent play in which Willock, who had just entered 8 minutes ago, tied the match again in the 85th minute.

Southampton stop their fall

Southampton, with a goal from Nathan Redmond in the second half, completed the comeback against Burnley (3-2) to avoid their third defeat in a row and the fall in the Premier classification, which reaches the 30th matchday . Austrian Ralph Hasenhutti's frame was accumulating two setbacks in a row and was approaching dangerously the relegation zone.

The clash at St. Mary's did not start well for the locals, who after half an hour had a wide disadvantage on the scoreboard. A penalty from New Zealander Chris Wood in the 12th minute and a goal by Czech Matej Vydra off Wood's pass in the 28th put Burnley ahead. Sam Dyche's team is in need of points, which has not yet resolved the permanence, but was not able to take advantage of its advantage and stop the reaction of the local team, which at halftime had already straightened the game.

Reacted led by Danny Ings, who gave a pass to Stuart Armstrong so that he scored and signed the tie on the brink of halftime after a Redmond cross. At game time, Redmond beat Nick Pope for the third time by finishing a cross from Theo Walcott. Southampton are now moving away from the lower zone. Ten points distance him from Fulham, third to last. Closer to danger is the Burnley, at seven.

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