The Spurs striker had a go at replicating the long-range free-kick.
Tottenham's Harry Kane
Spurs star Harry Kane has recreated a famous goal from club legend Paul Gascoigne as part of BT Sports’ ‘Goals Recreated’ series.
Gazza struck a superb free-kick against bitter rivals Arsenal in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final and the Lilywhites’ current talisman took just two attempts to match the stunning strike.
Kane has shown a penchant for mimicking famous goals, with the previous instalment seeing him match Paul Scholes’ famous volleyed strike against Bradford in three attempts.
Spurs fans will be hoping to see the 23-year old deliver the goals where it matters this season, starting against Everton at Goodison Park tomorrow.
Tottenham's Harry Kane scores their first goal from the penalty spot
Kane struggled towards the end of last season and into Euro 2016, seemingly fatigued from a substantial uninterrupted period of football.
He returned in time for Tottenham’s final pre-season friendly against Inter Milan last week and looked back to his deadly best; scoring twice and demonstrating much-improved link-up play.
Tottenham's Vincent Janssen
Janssen and Kane also demonstrated that they can be a force together in the second half against Inter, and it would not be a surprise to see them start alongside each other in the near future.