It seems Harry Kane still has regrets about the lack of trophies during his time with Tottenham Hotspur
A lot of people thought that Tottenham Hotspur would struggle hard after Harry Kane left for Bayern Munich. However, that hasn’t been the case at all. Ever since Ange Postecoglou’s arrival, the club has become a force to be reckoned with.
Moreover, all the young talent that the Greek-Australian player has stuffed his team with has already led people to look forward to the future. But, Harry Kane still seems to have regrets about his time at the organisation.
He will go down as a legend of the club, unfortunately, he won’t be too high on that list because he won zero trophies during his time there. Despite being the best striker in the Premier League for a good period, he failed to lead his team to glory. Kane scored 278 goals and recorded 64 assists through 430 appearances for the Spurs.
Here’s what Kane had to say while speaking to BBC.
“I’ve made it clear that I want to be winning team trophies and that’s one of the things that’s missing from my career so far.”
Clearly Harry Kane wishes that his time at Tottenham could’ve ended with at least one trophy. However, it doesn’t seem to have much sway over the player anymore who followed up his previous statement by saying that he is more focused on his game.
Kane fully believes that trophies will find their way to him if he just continues to do well. This might just be true about his spell at Bayern Munich. Despite being on the wrong side of 30 the English striker has not slowed down at all.
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In 27 appearances for Bayern Munich, Kane has recorded 28 goals and eight assists. Mindblowing numbers which should help pave the way to his first trophy.