Davinson Sanchez claims Tottenham teammate Harry Kane is an example for all
A product of the Tottenham Hotspur youth academy, Kane, over the past half a decade or so has gradually grown into one of the best strikers in the game. Naturally, he has become the most important player for the team and has also become the captain of the England national team.
Someone who gives his everything for the team’s cause, Kane pushed to make an early return from his injury for the game against West Brom, helping Tottenham beat the Baggies 2-0 and end the three-game losing streak.
Speaking after the game, Sanchez has hailed Kane as an example for the entire team, adding that all the players look up to him and try to learn from him.
“He brings a lot to the team as a striker and as a leader. Harry Kane shows every season his importance. You can’t say anything else but the fact that he’s such an important player, a captain, a leader and a player who is pushing all the time, pushing the team to get higher.
“I can’t say any more about him. All of us can learn and he is one of the leaders, an example to all of us about how we can improve.”
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Kane’s return was a major boost for the must-win game against West Bromwich Albion. The 27-year-old scored his 208th goal for Tottenham against the Baggies and will hopefully continue to score more and more and lead the team to silverware.