Tottenham star Harry Kane has spoken out on his side’s title chances after celebrating a 2-0 win over Arsenal. Jose Mourinho’s side are currently leading the league table with 24 points, while Liverpool are second with the same amount of points and Chelsea are 3rd with 2 points behind.
Spurs celebrated a 2-0 victory over Arsenal on Sunday night as Son Heung-min and Harry Kane got their names on the scoresheet.
“We’re feeling good, both at an age now where we’re coming into our prime in understanding the game and each other,” Kane told Sky Sports following the game.
“It was a great assist from Sonny, nice to see it go in. He’s then cutting inside and whipping them top bins, it’s an easy game for me.”
Asked about his side’s title chances, Kane added: “One game at a time.
“We’ve had a tough few games and we’ve come out well. It’s a season where we’re all pulling in the right direction, everyone ready to defend, do what it takes to win the game.”
After going two goals to the good, it was a resolute performance from Jose Mourinho’s side, stifling Mikel Arteta’s struggling attack.
“It was exactly what we set out for, obviously,” Kane admitted.
“We played well in the first-half, the second-half was obviously a bit of a grind, but we dug deep and defended well. They didn’t create too many clear-cut chances, but yeah, we got the result.”