Jamie Carragher raved about Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane on Sky Sports Premier League (9:29pm, April 16, 2021).
The former Liverpool defender was impressed by the two goals that Kane scored during Tottenham’s 2-2 draw with Everton away from home in the Premier League this evening.
The England international striker had a relatively quiet game, but the 27-year-old popped up when he was needed.
Kane scored his first goal for Spurs in the 27th minute and found the back of the net again midway through the second half with clinical finishes.
Carragher said in the 69th minute of the match on Sky Sports Premier League (9:29pm, April 16, 2021): “I think Harry Kane has had only two touches, well, three touches actually, he controlled the first one in the first half. I can’t remember him touching the ball in the game. That’s why he is one of the best strikers in world football.”
Kane is a lethal finisher, and the England international showed that yet again against Everton.
The England international was always in and around the penalty box when there was a chance that Spurs could score, and the way he took his two goals was superb.
Tottenham are not having the best of seasons and may not finish in the top four, but Kane is having a wonderful campaign on a personal level and could end up as the top scorer in the Premier League.