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Harry Kane’s goal drought is finally over.

The England captain netted his first Premier League goal of the season on Sunday, and it was a very nice finish.

Indeed, the striker got in behind, just about staying onside, before calmly lifting the ball over Karl Darlow and into the back of the net.

Understandably, Spurs fans were over the moon to see their striker back on the scoresheet and breaking his duck. However, in our view, there’s another moment that should have the fanbase even more excited.

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Just before half-time, a well-crafted move saw Kane once again get in behind, but rather than putting the ball into the back of the net, this time he put the ball on a plate for Heung-Min Son who put Spurs 3-1 up.

Kane’s goal was brilliant, but this assist was the 28-year-old back at his best, everything was almost automatic, he knew exactly what to do when he got the ball and to top it all off, Son, almost telepathically, knew exactly where to be to receive the pass.

There’s no doubt about it, Tottenham are at their absolute best when Son and Kane are clicking and firing on all cylinders, but unfortunately, we’ve not seen too much of that this season – what was arguably the Premier League’s most potent partnership last term has been nowhere to be seen – until now that is.

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Kane’s assist against Newcastle may have showed that the pair are getting back on the same wavelength, and if they can rekindle this partnership and hit the heights of last season then Spurs could be serious challengers this season.

Yes, things looked bleak a few weeks ago, but after back to back wins, Spurs are just four points off the top of the Premier League, and if Kane’s assist to Son is a sign of their partnership being re-ignited, then Tottenham could be about to go on a rather impressive run.

The striker’s goal was excellent, but his assist to Son on Sunday should have the Tottenham fanbase even more excited.

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