Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has urged Harry Kane to worry less about scoring goals.
The Argentine coach claims the striker is “obsessed with scoring” which sometimes limits him.
Recently, the 25-year-old has undergone a dry spell in front of goal, for his standards, and Pochettino has urged him to remain calm.
Pochettino on Kane: “He is a killer, an assassin, a killer”
A brace on Tuesday against PSV Eindhoven saw Kane draw level with Jermain Defoe as Spurs’ all-time leading European goal scorer.
Kane has now scored 150 goals for the club.
Pochettino has spoken about the striker’s sheer determination to score goals.
The 46-year-old has labelled Kane as “an assassin” and explained how hard he works during training.
“He is a killer, an assassin, a killer.
“He always in practice in everything he wants to kill the goalkeeper, everything.
“He wants to score, he is so determined to score goals.”
However, Pochettino admitted that sometimes Kane can be hindered by his goal-scoring mentality.
The manager has backed the player to learn not to worry as he continues to mature.
“That is why sometimes when he doesn’t score he is so obsessed with scoring, that sometimes it is against him because sometimes you need more freedom, not to be obsessed.
“But he is going to learn because I think he is now starting to be really mature because he is still young.
“I am not surprised because he is so determined and in training you need to stop him training because he always wants to train, to improve and it is amazing.”
Harry Kane on Mauricio Pochettino
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