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But injuries are catching up with the year-old, who has started just two Premier League matches so far this season due to a string of fitness issues.
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Apart from four loan spells as a youngster, Kane has spent the entirety of his professional career at Tottenham. The year-old has scored a stunning goals in appearances in all competitions for Spurs.
Earlier in , Kane told former Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp he would consider a move away from the club if he did not feel they were progressing.
But it's one of those things - I've always said if I don't feel we're progressing as a team or going in the right direction, then I'm not someone to just stay there for the sake of it.
So it's not a definite I'm going to stay there forever - but it's not a no either. We found a play and it was magnificent to see them do what they did.
Super congratulations to the players. The referee was really really good. City is a fantastic team that lost against a team that was strategically good.
Pep Guardiola on the title race: "We have to start winning games otherwise it will not be possible. We are not far away but we are struggling to score goals right now.
Player ratings out of 10 : Here are my ratings for the players on both teams , as there was a clear man of the match in a real clash of styles.
Full time whistle goes! Tottenham are top of the table. They let them have the ball, were tough to break down and made the most of their chances.
This was a typical display from a Mourinho side as they ground it out against Man City. He denies Dias late on from point-blank range.
A complete striker. He is a juggernaut. Guaranteed Pep will still praise them massively after the game. Can they rescue a point for City late on!?
They have to be more direct than Mahrez and Silva were. Talk about making an impact off the bench. Giovani Lo Celso is found by Harry Kane and he finishes superbly across goal.
Spurs in dreamland. Well, they put down their expensive hip flasks full of whiskey and looked quite chuffed as they applauded vigorously.
So, yeah, they went wild…. The hosts have calmed things down and had a decent spell of possession.
Eric Dier is so vocal, shouting at his midfield and strikers and telling them where to move. That is their biggest problem.
Mahrez and Silva keep cutting back and slowing the game down. This time he chips over. Hojbjerg, who was made for a game like this, is rallying the troops like the born general he is.
I thought that was in, and so too did Phil Foden who is warming up in front of me and puts his arms up in celebration.
City dominant, just like the first half. My half time thoughts : The techno music blaring out here sums up the mood. It is lively and feisty.
Club de Spurs will be happy at half time. That said, Pep Guardiola will be thinking that if his players keep playing like this, the floodgates will open when they do score.
Bernardo Silva and Kevin de Bruyne throw their arms in the air in disgust as four Man City players surround the officials and remonstrate with them for over 40 yards as they walk off the pitch.
Walker is waiting by the tunnel for Dean to carry on his complaints too. Ferran Torres goes down, but there was no contact there.
Jesus slams the loose ball wide. Man City are not happy, at all, as they complain in unison. They are incensed, once again, as Laporte catches Harry Kane who is clutching his ankle.
Not that Mourinho likes it when you call him clever. Gareth Bale, Joe Rodon and Ben Davies are warming up together in front of me on the sidelines.
Aymeric Laporte thought he had equalized after Hugo Lloris initially saved a header, but VAR is used and Mike Dean is told to use the pitch-side monitor.
He does, and sees that Gabriel Jesus handled just before Laporte slammed home. NO GOAL! Spurs took a convincing 3—0 lead into the half-time interval after goals from Ledley King , Robbie Keane and a Christian Ziege free kick.
Having already seen their star striker, Nicolas Anelka , limp off with an injury in the 27th minute of the game, the situation was made even worse for City just before the half-time interval when key central midfielder Joey Barton was dismissed by the referee for dissent as both teams and the match officials were leaving the pitch at the end of the first half.
However, after the break, goals from Sylvain Distin , Paul Bosvelt , Shaun Wright-Phillips plus an injury-time strike from Jon Macken sealed a victory described by one journalistic source as "as great a comeback as English football has ever known".
In footballing circles, it is frequently referred to as one of greatest comebacks of FA Cup history. The match was played between two of English football's more notable clubs, at a time when both were experiencing lengthy periods of relative mediocrity.
City's last major trophy was the League Cup in The match was picked for live broadcast on Match of the Day but before the match the tie-up between two struggling sides was ultimately viewed to be of secondary importance compared to then- Conference side Scarborough 's draw against Chelsea as well as another top-table clash between Liverpool and Newcastle United.
Being top division teams, both had entered the competition in the Third Round Proper, played in the previous month. Tottenham had advanced with an easy 3—0 victory over Crystal Palace  while City had laboured to beat Leicester City , having been held to a replay after a 2—2 draw at home.
Being one of only three replays in the Fourth Round, it was already known that the winner of the match between the two teams would face Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Fifth Round.
Tottenham took the lead early in the match, their shot from outside the penalty area giving them a one-goal advantage after two minutes.
His replacement was Jon Macken ,   who had been blamed for missing an open goal at the end of the previous match which had necessitated the replay be played in the first place.
Barton's yellow card would come back to bite him on the stroke of half-time when, in a move which was indicative of the start of a career which would ultimately be characterised by controversy,  he was reported to have remonstrated with referee Rob Styles as both teams made their way to the dressing rooms and promptly received a yellow card for dissent.
His second yellow card resulted in his explusion from the match and left his team with only ten men for the second minute interval. After the break, City appeared resurgent and scored within three minutes of the restart when defender Sylvain Distin headed in from a set piece.
Manchester City eventually drew level in the 79th minute when Shaun Wright-Phillips avoided an offside trap to lob Spurs goalkeeper Kasey Keller ,  and finally took the lead in the 90th minute as another cross from Michael Tarnat found Jon Macken, who prevented the need for extra time or penalties.
City's victory was immediately heralded as a momentous event, with Kevin Keegan and commentator Alan Hansen both describing it as the greatest cup match they had ever witnessed.
For Spurs, losing the match did not seem to cause any lasting effects on their season, with the club continuing to record a similar number of wins and losses in their following matches as they had in the previous couple of months.
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