Tottenham’s star striker Harry Kane has scored fourteen goals this season and is without question their most clinical individual in the entire squad, and arguably in the Premier League, as he sits in fourth place on the top scorer standings and would likely be higher if not for injury.
Spurs have not been out of form since the 25-year-old picked up an ankle injury at the end of the defeat to Manchester United in January, but rather they have excelled and exceeded all expectations.
In the league, Tottenham have won each of their four fixtures after Kane’s absence, beating Fulham, Watford, Newcastle and Leicester, three of which were played at Wembley. Regarding the other competitions, they were eliminated from the EFL Cup and FA Cup by Chelsea and Crystal Palace respectively, but found victory in a massively impressive performance against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
With Pochettino’s men in third position, five points from Manchester City and with a game in hand over the current league leaders, could Spurs steal the Premier League title from under the noses of Liverpool and the Sky Blues when Kane returns?