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Harry Kane's passing is as deadly as his shooting and a compilation of the Tottenham Hotspur star creating chances is the latest proof of his creative brilliance.
Kane's brilliance usually elicits two debates, whether or not he should leave Spurs in sight of winning some actual silverware and if he will break Alan Shearer's goalscoring record in the Premier League.
The England captain has scored 20 plus goals for eight seasons running for his club team and is likely to break the record for most goals for the England men's team very soon.
However, it's not just his ability to score goals that is so impressive for Kane, and he's just as good at creating goals and chances for his teammate, as his recent flicked header for Son Heung-min proved.
Now someone has stuck together a compilation showing the chances he's created from the likes of Son, Dejan Kulusevski, Lucas Moura and everyone else.
Fans were quick to point out just how many assists the striker has been denied due to the poor finishing of his teammates, with Sergio Reguilon in particular coming in for criticism.
The 28-year-old already has eight assists to his name in the league this season, along with the 12 goals, as him, Son and Kulusevski have built a formidable threesome upfront for Antonio Conte.
There's also plenty of talk about the fact that Kane could still end his career without winning any silverware, especially if he chooses to stick by Spurs.
Kane has been in several finals for both club and country but never managed to win anything, with the loss in Euro 2020 and the 2019 Champions League final two big misses for him.
When it comes to personal accolades the former Leicester City loanee has much more success, thanks to his trusty shooting boots.
He has won the Premier League's golden boot on three occasions and also won the golden boot at the World Cup in 2018, as the Three Lions reached the semis for the first time since 1990.
Last summer he was wanted by Manchester City, as Pep Guardiola was hoping to replace Sergio Aguero, but the deal never materialised.
It looks unlikely that he will join Pep's side this summer with Erling Haaland now expected to move to the Etihad, after reportedly agreeing terms.