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Compilation of Harry Kane against the top six under Antonio Conte is incredible, he's so clutch

Josh Lawless

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Compilation of Harry Kane against the top six under Antonio Conte is incredible, he's so clutch

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A video of Harry Kane's performances against the top six shows that he's been the ultimate big game player under Antonio Conte.

The Spurs striker moved level with Sergio Aguero on 184 goals in the Premier League after scoring a last-gasp equaliser in the pulsating 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Sunday.


Moments after Cristian Romero was somehow not penalised for yanking Marc Cucurella's hair, Kane headed home from Ivan Perisic's corner in the 96th minute and sparked some euphoric scenes in the Spurs away end at Stamford Bridge.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

And it continued a sensational run of form in the big games for Kane. In seven matches, he's scored seven games against the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.

He scored twice against champions City at the Etihad last season in what was an incredible display leading from the front, and also played a key role in the build-up for the opener with a sensational defence-splitting pass.

Kane got the "pre-assist" for Spurs' equaliser against Liverpool, hit a brilliant brace in the North London derby against Arsenal and converted a clinical penalty against United.

You regularly see Kane performing his trademark after finding the net against the big boys and plenty of fans think he's the definition of "clutch".

After handing in a transfer request last year, Kane now appears extremely happy at Spurs and feels as though he's improved working with Conte.

"Antonio has been fantastic. I’ve learned from every manager I’ve worked under," Kane told in July.

"Antonio has probably taken fitness levels to another level for me.

"The mentality, being with him every day seeing the way he prepares, the way he brings his passion and brings the best out of the lads, I’ve learnt from that.

"I feel like I’m learning every year anyway and getting more experience and getting better, but with someone like Antonio it’s speeding up that process even quicker. I feel in good shape. There’s still work to do in the next month in this pre-season. I feel like I’ve still got a lot more to give and hopefully I can show that next year."

Kane is now one behind Thierry Henry in terms of goals in North London, while Alan Shearer believes he's well placed to surpass his Premier League record of 260 strikes.

Topics: Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, Antonio Conte

Josh Lawless
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