Tottenham's summer transfer business was supposed to negate the need for Kane to be involved on Thursday nights like this.
When I ask my dad about Ginola, his eyes widen in a way that makes me question his loyalty to my mum. Gareth Bale is my generation’s Tottenham posterboy in a way that in the past it was Hoddle or Gascoigne.
If they can produce more resilient displays like this, then there is no doubt Tottenham have forwards in Kane and Son capable of firing them to silverware.
What if what we’re seeing now, with Kane and Son leading the line (and the rest of the Premier League for that matter) in a free-flowing attacking style of football, is the new Mourinho?
The only real danger came from Tottenham's own complacency and their bad habit of conceding freekicks in wide-areas, which they have struggled to defend so far this season.
Football has always served as a means of escape. So it’s been a struggle for many of us, not to be able to detach ourselves momentarily and exercise that ability to ‘let off some steam’ in amongst friends in one of the most vibrant social gatherings a person can enjoy.
The learning curve is steep and unforgiving and I have faith that everyone accepts accountability and steps up to improve further.
A jolly song for a jolly fanbase