Former Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ray Wilkins said on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Friday morning that he thought that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane was greedy against Qarabag.
Kane started the Europa League Group J game in Azerbaijan and played for the entire 90 minutes.
The England international scored the only goal of the encounter in the 78th minute, heading home from a yard when Son Heung-min flicked on Christian Eriksen's corner.
Former Aston Villa assistant manager Wilkins watched the game, and he thought that Kane showed signs of greediness.
“I thought for the first time that there were a few players that Harry could have passed to and put them in better positions, but he took them on,” said the Englishman on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Friday morning. “I thought for the first time I saw him as a greedy centre-forward.”
Against Qarabag, Kane took six shots, had a pass accuracy of 86%, created three chances, put in two crosses, attempted one dribble, and made one clearance.
In five Europa League appearances so far this season, the 22-year-old has scored two goals and created six chances.
The England international has scored eight goals and created 14 chances in 13 Premier League matches for Tottenham so far this campaign.