Liverpool 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League topscorer Harry Kane added another strike to his tally on Saturday night by netting a fantastic equaliser in a draw at Anfield.
Kane, who now has 22 Prem goals this season, beat Simon Mignolet with a lovely two-touch finish to cancel out Philippe Coutinho’s 51st-minute opener, which had been almost as good.
The result moves Spurs to within four points of leaders Leicester City, who have a game in hand at home to Southampton on Sunday afternoon.
Will this turn out to be a good point, or will Spurs be left to rue a missed opportunity? That remains to be seen. But nobody can claim that either side did anything other than try to take maximum points from this end-to-end classic.
This was Kane’s first match for Spurs since the removal of his mask, which was protecting a broken nose.
His image change has transformed him back from Clark Kent to Superman. And he performed accordingly!
— Robert Summerscales (@robsummerscales) April 2, 2016
Kane is the first Spurs player to score 22 goals in a single Premier League season.
The 22-year-old’s main rival for this season’s Golden Boot is Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, who is three goals back on 19.
Vardy’s hopes of personal glory look slimmer after today, even though his dream of winning the Premier League have moved one step closer to becoming a reality.