His thoughts did not change after the match, labelling the pitch "s***', but Kane felt it played no role in Spurs" victory. Hirving Lozano is one for sure but even Newcastle reject Luuk De Jong is someone to worry about, having scored nine goals in the Eredivisie this season already.
They will need to win that game and will have to be more clinical than they were against PSV, who should have been put to bed long before Kane's late heroics. I'm so happy, so grateful, and I understand their reaction.
Spurs still face an uphill task to reach the knockout stage as they need to beat Inter Milan at home in their next Champions League clash and most likely Barcelona away on December 11.
But England captain Kane came to the rescue with a predatory equaliser before heading the crucial last-gasp victor.
'One game at a time.
Away from domestic action, the club have struggled in the UEFA Champions League and their long-awaited move to a new stadium has been delayed. We are going to fight to try to be in the next stage.
PSV's resistance was finally broken Kane found the bottom-right corner with a left-footed strike following a Fernando Llorente knockdown.
Man dies in 3rd shark attack off Australia island in 7 weeks
We are reaching out to his colleagues and will provide counseling support to anyone who needs it", the rep said. Late Monday afternoon, the victim was taking turns with a woman on a paddle board and swimming in the harbour.
"Obviously we'd like to be higher up the table in the league and doing better in the Champions League, but we're still fighting".
PSV defended doggedly for much of the match on a Wembley pitch damaged by recent American football matches.
PSV manager Mark van Bommel was proud of the effort from his players and refused to blame the surface for the loss.
'The pitch is s***,' said Van Bommel. In Holland, we say s*** a little bit quicker than in English.
Good evening! It's done or die for Tottenham in the Champions League tonight.
Spurs' pressure eventually told in the 78th minute as Kane got the equaliser and he then had a major role in the victor as Trent Sainsbury deflected the England striker's header past the despairing Zoet, teeing up Mauricio Pochettino's men nicely for two huge clashed with Inter and Barcelona. They first pushed us back ten meters, then twenty and before you know it you are in your own sixteen-meter area. "We have been grinding results out here and there all season".
"We had Barcelona, Inter and Spurs so it was a very hard group".