Tottenham draw at Liverpool
Sunday’s big match at Anfield was a cracker.
Ending with one of the craziest finishes of the season, Harry Kane scored an injury time penalty to earn Spurs a 2-2 draw at Liverpool.
Tottenham fell behind inside three minutes. Mohamed Salah punished an error in the Spurs defence to score.
Victor Wanyama levelled for Spurs with a wonder striker in the 80th. Harry Kane then missed a penalty, before Salah morphed into Leo Messi to put Liverpool 2-1 up in the 90th minute.
Harry Kane makes history
Kane’s goal at Liverpool didn’t just earn Tottenham a valuable point as they chase down a top four finish.
The penalty also took Kane onto 100 Premier League goals in his career.
Indeed, Kane is the first Spurs player to ever reach that EPL landmark.
Kane reveals his ‘Arsenal dream’
To celebrate his remarkable achievement, Kane has penned a long article for The Players’ Tribune on Monday.
Kane has traced his career, from being on Arsenal’s books as a kid, to being a loanee for teams like Leyton Orient and Millwall.
Yet, perhaps the most telling admission in Kane’s essay came when talking about Arsenal and his future career plans:
I dreamed of playing for Spurs since I was a boy.
For a long time my motivation was simply to close my eyes and picture myself scoring against Arsenal in the Premier League. Done that a few times now, and it never gets old.
But now, my motivation is a bit different. Now, I close my eyes and I picture myself lifting the Premier League trophy at our new stadium with my mates. I’d trade the next 100 goals for that feeling.
Of course, Tottenham host Arsenal in the Premier League at Wembley next Saturday.