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Tottenham Hotspur stole a point from the game at Anfield last weekend thanks to a sumptuous strike from striker Harry Kane as he netted his 22nd league goal of the season.

Liverpool took the lead through Coutinho in the second half but the England international showed some great awareness after he latched on to a pull back from Christian Eriksen and thumped the ball into the far corner on the turn before running away in celebration.

It was a strike worthy of an equalizer in such a high-intensity game and the striker’s exploits were not gone unnoticed by Liverpool’s new boy on the touchline.

The Liverpool manager was seen embracing the Tottenham star and gave him a thumbs up before hugging him on camera.

The German was asked in the press conference after the game about what he spoke to Kane but he refused to reveal it.

However, the 22-year old earlier today revealed that the Liverpool manager had just three words to say to him.

“He just said three words – what a strike,” said Kane.

“If I scored another one, he might not have done that,” he added.

Harry Kane’s goal on the night saved Tottenham the blushes but the win at King Power for the Foxes will see them start the next weekend’s game against United 7 point away from the Premier League title.

Jurgen Klopp in his press conference was all praises for the England striker.

He said that he was a player any team would love to have and that he will help England in their pursuit in EURO16.

He also explained that the most difficult part of the game against Tottenham for Liverpool was the striker who was always playing over the shoulder of one of Liverpool’s defenders.

He told reporters: “From midfield you have to defend from both sides because between Dejan (Lovren) and the ball was the big body of Harry Kane.

“He is a really nice striker and scored a goal.”

With 22 goals already this season, Harry Kane is 3 goals above Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy and is well on his way to the Golden Boot.


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