Spurs boss Pochettino: Harry Kane's achievement v Everton was 'unbelievable'

The Tottenham Hotspur striker has drawn plenty of praise from his manager.

For a 21-year-old striker, Harry Kane already boasts a number of impressive qualities.

But, like Ryan Mason, arguably his biggest is his work rate, which is borne out of a passion for and dedication to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

And, during the north London side's 2-1 win over Everton on Sunday, that work rate resulted in Kane running no less than 13 kilometres.

The achievement impressed Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

"It is unbelievable that one striker ran 13km in one game," the Argentine told reporters.

  ShotsOn TargetTouchesSuccessful Final-Third PassesTackles WonMinutes Played
Harry Kane 4 3 63 12 2 90

None of that running was done just for the sake of it, either. As Opta stats show, Kane managed four shots, two tackles and 12 final-third passes against Roberto Martinez's Everton side.

And the 21-year-old also took 63 touches as he played a key part in Tottenham's win.

Kane's influence on Pochettino's team seems to be growing with each passing week and, right now, the young Englishman appears undroppable. Will he feature against Chelsea tonight - and how will he cope against the Blues' back line, if so?

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