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'Wish we had him': Jose Enrique wishes 'underrated' Tottenham player was actually in Liverpool's team

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Jose Enrique, once of Liverpool, raved about ‘very underrated’ Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane after the Spurs star scored for England against Germany in the Nations League last night.

Kane is undoubtedly among the best strikers in world football. He has done it season after season at Tottenham, and his performances for England have been truly magnificent as well.

The Spurs star scored his 50th goal for England yesterday, becoming only the second player ever to do so. He’s just three goals behind Wayne Rooney now, and it’s only a matter of time before he surpasses the Manchester United icon.

Enrique believes that because Kane plays for Tottenham, a club that hasn’t won anything for over a decade now, people don’t rate him as highly as they should.

Jose Enrique: I wish ‘underrated’ Tottenham star Harry Kane played for Liverpool

Kane’s record for England really is stunning and Enrique was blown away last night.

He shared a picture of England’s top scorers’ list, and the fact that Kane has reached 50 goals in 71 games while Rooney took 120 caps for his 53 is just mind-blowing.

Enrique claimed that even though Kane is underrated at times, he truly believes the Tottenham man is one of the best in the world and even went on to say that he wished he was a Liverpool player.

“Very underrated Harry sometimes because he plays for Tottenham and didn’t win any trophies. But, for me, one of the best strikers in the world. He has everything. I wish he was at LFC,” Enrique wrote on his Instagram Stories last night.

(Screenshot from Jose Enrique’s Instagram Stories)

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Well, who wouldn’t want Harry Kane at their club?

The Englishman has been the biggest reason why Spurs are not a mid-table team. He has carried them on their back year after year, and without him, Tottenham would be nowhere near where they are.

Enrique does have a point when he says Kane is underrated because he hasn’t won anything in his career. That’s what puts the likes of Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski above him, which is a shame.

However, with Antonio Conte at the helm at Tottenham, that could well change next season, and Kane could finally get the recognition in the world that he deserves.

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