Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has told BBC Sport (16:10) that he could have scored more goals yesterday.
Spurs got the better of Sheffield United 3-1 away from home in the Premier League on Sunday.
England international striker Kane scored the second goal of the game in the 40th minute.
The 27-year-old has said that he could have scored more and does not seem to be too impressed with his own performance.
Kane told BBC Sport (16:10): “There were a couple of chances I could have done better with, the most important thing is winning games.
Praise for Harry Kane
While Kane may not have been particularly satisfied with his performance, former Chelsea star and BBC pundit Pat Nevin was more than impressed by the 27-year-old.
During the half-time analysis, Nevin raved about the Englishman, and is quoted as saying by BBC Sport (2:58): “They’ve got the perfect start getting that early goal through Serge Aurier.
“There’s been a lot of good play out there but Harry Kane is head and shoulders above everybody else he is a world class player not just a world class striker. His goal was a number 10 and a number 9 goal – 2-0 up and it’s probably the right score.”
Hunger for goals
Kane being self-critical shows his mentality and hunger to score more goals and be better.
The 27-year-old had yet another good game, but the striker wants to be better, which is only going to please Spurs head coach Jose Mourinho.
According to WhoScored, the England international striker has scored 12 goals and provided 11 assists in the Premier League for Spurs so far this season.
Kane could end up winning the top scorer’s award in the Premier League this season if he continues to bang in the goals in the coming weeks and months.