Wednesday, 18 December 2019

The game against Chelsea is the next big one - Harry Kane

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Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane has labeled the game against Chelsea this weekend as ' the next big one'

Tottenham will face Chelsea this weekend and a win will move them into the top four.

Harry Kane has now labeled the game a big one and that he hopes his side shows the same attitude they've been showing in their last games comes Sunday.

'Absolutely. Next is the big one,' Kane said

'If we can win that and push into the top four, then we have fixtures over the Christmas period that we feel like we can definitely win. But I don’t want to say anything now and lose at the weekend!

'Even before Chelsea lost 1-0 to Bournemouth on Saturday, we said it’s two important games.'

'Wolves were one point ahead of us. These two games were very important for momentum, going into that Christmas period.'

'We knew how much it meant at Wolves, with Chelsea losing on Saturday it meant even more.'

'At the moment we’re in a good spot — just one loss in five in the Premier League — but we’ve got to try to win next week and push into the top four and go on from there.'

Harry Kane also commented on Mourinho's appointment and how he wants to learn new things and see how different managers work.

'You know I got on very well with Poch and I respect him very, very, very much,' Kane added

'But Mourinho’s got his own style, his own way of doing things. For me, it’s about learning that way.'

'Obviously, my top-level career has only been with one manager so for me it’s good to experience new things and see how different managers work.'

'Mourinho’s one of the highest level managers in our sport. Whenever a new manager comes in, everyone’s ready, wants to work, wants to impress.'

'But it’s important over this month — a busy period — and in January that we carry it on. It’s not just for an early period.'

'We’ve been feeling good. And we’ve scored goals in pretty much every game we’ve played with the new manager in charge so if we can get it right, grind out results like at Wolves throughout the season we’ll be OK.'

'For us, it’s about keeping building on our Premier League form. The Champions League has stopped now for a while so over this busy period we want to continue it.'

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