Back in the routine...
07 August 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane picked up where he left off last season - and was delighted with the team’s clinical edge in the 6-1 friendly win against Inter Milan.
Last season’s Golden Boot winner with 25 goals in the Premier League - 28 in total for us - scored twice as we impressed against the Serie A side in Norway.
Harry took just four minutes to open his account at Oslo’s Ullevaal Stadion, confidently drilling home from the penalty spot after Kyle Walker was brought down.
Inter equalised but we dominated the rest of the game.
Erik Lamela fired home a beauty for 2-1 and after the break, Dele Alli, Vincent Janssen and Shayon Harrison joined Harry in the goals, his second a trademark drive across the goalkeeper.
“The penalty gave me a great opportunity to get on the scoresheet early so I was happy to put that one away,” said Harry. “It’s always nice to come back with a couple of goals and I thought we dominated and played very well.
“There were a few of us playing our first game back this pre-season but we felt good. We’ve trained hard of course and didn’t have too much of a break, so we all feel quite match fit and it was good to get going again.
“It’s a pre-season game but you want to finish strong, do well and win games. It’s about that winning mentality and finishing games off and that’s what we did against Inter.”