Photos: Four best moments of Tottenham Hotspur’s season so far

Below are the four best moments of Tottenham Hotspur’s 2014-15 campaign so so far, featuring Harry Kane, Erik Lamela and Arsenal.

Reaching League Cup final

Tottenham Hotspur eventually failed to win the League Cup this season, but reaching the final was still a notable achievement.

The Premier League outfit had to do it the hard way, though, as they needed a late goal from Christian Eriksen to get the better of Sheffield United in the semi-finals.

With the first leg of the semi-final tie having finished in a 1-0 win for Spurs at White Hart Lane, the North London outfit were favourites to go through.

However, the Blades launched a stirring comeback in the second leg at Bramall Lane and were 2-1 up at one stage, only for Eriksen to make it 2-2 in the 88th minute and help Spurs win the tie 3-2 on aggregate.

Harry Kane hat-trick

Conceding as many as three goals against a Leicester City side doomed for relegation at home is not something to be proud of, but there was still a big reason for the Spurs fans to cheer about.

Tottenham won the Premier League encounter 4-3 to maintain their challenge for a top-four finish, thanks to Harry Kane’s hat-trick.

It was the England international striker’s first hat-trick in the Premier League, and the Spurs supporters will now hope that he scores many more.

Erik Lamela's Rabona

Erik Lamela has been a disappointment for Tottenham since his move from AS Roma in the summer of 2013, but he has provided some glorious moments from time to time.

One of those moments came back in October, when the Argentina international attacker scored one of the greatest goals ever seen at White Hart Lane.

Although Kane scored a hat-trick in Tottenham’s 5-1 victory over Asteras Tripolis in the Europa League Group C clash, it was Lamela who stole the headlines with a wondergoal.

It was the ‘rabona’ - the 23-year-old wrapped his left foot around the back of his right leg to score from 20 yards.

Winning North London derby

The North London derby is one of the biggest games in European football, and in February it was Tottenham who came out on top.

The star of the show for Spurs was once again Kane, who scored twice in the second half to lead his side to a 2-1 victory over Arsenal at White Hart Lane in the Premier League encounter.

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