Tottenham travel to Arsenal on Sunday in the Premier League and the final outcome could be heavily decided by the performance of Harry Kane.
Spurs’ centre-forward will arguably be the best player on the Emirates pitch at the weekend and is capable of winning the game by himself.
The England captain has scored 11 goals in 18 games across all competitions this season and been prolific in the Premier League now for a number of years.
But the 25-year-old is always striving to improve and ex-Arsenal defender Keown has singled out a key attribute he should perhaps use far more often.
“He (Alan Shearer) struck a football with such incredible venom. That is what Harry Kane used to do but towards the end of last season he stopped doing so,” Keown wrote in the Daily Mail.
“One of Kane’s best attributes is his early shot. His goal against Chelsea proved he is back in the groove. He is lethal when he shoots without even having to think about it.”
Kane is extremely deadly when he receives the ball on the edge of the box and shoots instantly without thinking, something he did to score recently in the 3–1 win over Chelsea.
The striker has an exceptional long shot on him and a number of his best goals have come from range, with his memorable strike from 2016 against Arsenal still remembered fondly by supporters.
Kane certainly has the right in the Spurs team to be greedy when on the ball considering his quality and firing off a couple of efforts on goal from range per game would increase his chances of scoring, while it can be extremely difficult for goalkeepers to handle.