Ardiles was impressed with the entirety of the Tottenham team, but he singled out Kane for an individual mention on social media site Twitter.
Impecable win yesterday with a very impressive performance. Congratulations MP and @SpursOfficial boys. Made it easy for ourselves. COYS— osvaldo ardiles (@osvaldooardiles) March 21, 2016
Game was over after 15 minutes. Some outstanding performances. MOTM: The team, as always. However, like to mention @HKane for special praise— osvaldo ardiles (@osvaldooardiles) March 21, 2016
Kane scored Tottenham's first two goals against Bournemouth, as he showcased his finishing ability.
The 22-year-old first diverted a Kyle Walker cross into the back of the net, before he latched on to Dele Alli’s through ball and finished well.
Kane also created Tottenham’s third goal in the contest, as his long-range shot was parried by Bournemouth stopper Artur Boruc, and Christian Eriksen was there to pounce.
Kane now has 21 Premier League goals this season, and he sits on top of the division’s goalscoring charts.