Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Harry Kane's performance for England under-21s

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Tottenham Hotspur fans took to Twitter on Friday evening to have their say on Harry Kane's goalscoring outing for England under-21s.

A late Saido Berahino spot-kick secured England under-21s a 2-1 comeback win over Croatia in their Euro 2015 play-off first-leg at Molineux on Friday evening, with Harry Kane’s 57th-minute equaliser proving the turning point.

Despite Gareth Southgate’s side earning nine wins and a draw from their 10 group games, it was Croatia who took a shock lead when striker Marko Livaja headed home from a corner on 13 minutes.

England pilled on the pressure from there, but the breakthrough didn’t come until the second-half when Kane’s diving header from Berahino’s cross levelled the game just before the hour, before the West Bromwich Albion striker was brought down in the box with five minutes left to allow him to seal the win from the spot.

Croatia had a golden chance to equalise in the final seconds but Antonio Milic was denied after an excellent challenge from Kane’s Tottenham Hotspur teammate Eric Dier, with England now taking a narrow lead into Tuesday’s second-leg in Vinkovci.

Kane’s performance on the night was a particular highlight, with the striker in the midst of a solid start to the season, having scored four goals in nine games for Spurs so far under new manager Mauricio Pochettino.

The 21-year-old is still to make an impact in the Premier League, however, having made just four brief appearances for a total of 41 minutes, with all of his four strikes and four starts coming in cup action.

Nevertheless, with fellow front men Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado continuing to misfire in front of goal, calls from fans for him to be given more playing time have been getting louder, as the reaction to Friday's outing shows.

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