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Harry Kane humorously responds to fan who tried to take a dig at him

Harry Kane took to Twitter and reminded the fans about his achievement


Harry Kane
Harry Kane (Image Credit: Twitter)

England star football player Harry Kane recently completed 11 years in the Premier League. On August 18, he took to Twitter and reminded the fans about this achievement. In the tweet, he asked the fans to send in the questions for him. The tweet was captioned “Today is 10 years since my Premier League debut… time flies! Got a bit of spare time later so going to answer some of your questions. Reply to this and I’ll respond to some a bit later on…”

In reply, a lot of fans sent in different questions. However, one fan tried to take a friendly dig at the Tottenham Hotspur player. He wrote, “Are you worth captaining this week in fantasy football?”

In reply, the England international said “Good managers make their own decisions”


My favourite goal is the one against Arsenal: Harry Kane

Kane also asked about his favourite goal in his Premier League career. Notably enough, the question came from none other than the tournament’s official Twitter handle.

To which, he replied by saying that he scored a last-minute goal in the game against Arsenal a few years ago. He said that this is his favourite goal.

‘In my first North London derby we won 2-1 at White Hart Lane,’ Kane said in a video on his Twitter account, captioned: ‘Gotta be this one!’

‘I scored a header in the 88th or 89th minute and I think just the whole occasion, it being my first North London Derby, being at White Hart Lane, and to score the winner in the last minute – [it] was a moment I’ll never forget.’

Talking about Harry, the current stint with Spurs is his fifth in his 11-year-old career so far. Interestingly enough, he made his debut for the same team on January 1, 2011. Before this, he was part of the U18 setup. He has been transferred on loan to different teams on different occasions but makes his way back to his childhood club.

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