Tottenham fans have responded, after Roy Keane questioned Spurs star's body language against Chelsea
Roy Keane questioned Harry Kane and his body language over the weekend, and Tottenham fans have responded by agreeing with Keane.
Kane, 28, failed to prevent Tottenham falling apart in the second half on Sunday. Chelsea cruised to a 3-0 away win – despite being 0-0 at half-time.
The England skipper was used on the left flank, as Nuno Espirito Santo seemingly looked to isolate Thiago Silva with Son Heung-min.
He dropped deep and on numerous occasions, Tottenham were in the attacking third with Kane left behind. It comes after a tricky summer.
Kane almost left for Manchester City and after five league games, he is yet to open his Premier League account. Keane questioned his body language.
“Kane’s body language today, his performance today Kane, oh my goodness,” Keane said on Sky. “I’m pretty angry watching Spurs there.
“You talk about football, the second goal the difference between desire and wanting to win a football match we seen that.”
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Kane is world class. While it is easy to attribute that his struggling start to the 2021-22 season is down to his failed exit, it is also hard to look past.
Moving to City and coming so close – 100% according to sources close to Don Hutchison – and then for it to fall through, will have affected him.
Now, returning to Tottenham and watching a club in Chelsea that had been linked with him blow Spurs away, will have been personally demoralising.
The only antidote to regain the confidence and enjoyment from Kane is if Tottenham can win again. Then, his body language will improve.
Tottenham fans have had their say on Keane questioning Kane and his body language – and many are in agreement.
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