Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been described as “tremendous” by Premier League icon and Optus Sport pundit Thomas Sorensen.
The Spurs talisman has been nothing short of sensational this season, even by his own stratospheric standards.
In just 14 appearances in all competitions for Tottenham, Kane has notched up 13 goals and 10 assists, including seven goals and eight assists in eight Premier League games.
With the league now on ice due to the international break, Sorensen and fellow Optus Sport pundit Michael Bridges named their top five Premier League players so far this season.
The Denmark legend had Kane at number one, saying: “He has been tremendous. A leader for Tottenham. Seven goals, eight assists. I’ve been very impressed.”
Kane’s heroics for Spurs over the years need no introduction but this season he’s truly taken it up a level, not to mention his attacking partnership with Son Heung-min developing to almost telepathic levels.
And it’s not just his contributions in front of goal – against Burnley, Kane made an emphatic goalline clearance from James Tarkowski with the scores at 0-0, which proved crucial as Son’s goal was the only one of the game (Kane assisted, of course).
Really, what else is there to say about Kane other than he’s one of the best players in the world and that Spurs are blessed to have him in their ranks?