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Harry talks Norwich, Tom, goals and Watford

Posted on 27 December 2015  - 14:45

Harry Kane racked up goals 26 and 27 for 2015 to topple our record for a calendar year in the Premier League – but he was more interested in a goalscoring first after our Boxing Day win against Norwich.

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Harry toppled Teddy Sheringham’s best of 25 Premier League goals in 1993 with the double that helped us to a 3-0 win against the Canaries at the Lane.

But it was the third goal that had Harry smiling as his friend and fellow Academy graduate drilled home from 25 yards to put the issue beyond doubt with 10 minutes remaining - Tom’s first Premier League goal.

With less than 48 hours between fixtures and a trip to Vicarage Road now on the horizon tomorrow (Monday, December 28, 3pm), we spoke to Harry on the Norwich win, Tom’s goal, his form and what to expect from the Hornets.

Harry on the 3-0 win against Norwich:
“It was a solid performance. I thought getting the first goal midway through the first half helped us and we grew into the game from there. We put our foot down and made it tough for them. We scored the second goal and then in the second half I thought we created lots of chances and they didn’t look like creating many, so overall, a very good performance.”

Harry on Tom Carroll’s goal:
“I’m delighted for him. He fully deserves it. He’s been training hard, stuck at it and you get your rewards. He came on in the second half, scored and killed the game off for us. The players coming off the bench have to make an impact and he did just that. The lads are all delighted for him.”

Below: Harry speaks to Spurs TV after the win against Norwich

 


Harry on his goals:
“I’ve got to keep going, try to take it one game at a time. I don’t think about the records or anything like that. It’s been a great year and there is still one game left, an important game at Watford on Monday. Hopefully then 2016 will be even better.”

Harry on Watford:
“It will be tough. Watford have been great and got another good result at Chelsea. They’ve picked up some good results in recent weeks and they are very good at home. It will be tough but we’re looking forward to it. We’re full of confidence and we’ll go there and try to get the three points.”