By Alex Taylor

Tottenham star Harry Kane has recreated Paul Gascoigne’s famous free-kick against Arsenal in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final.

Kane is currently trying to recreate some of the most famous strikes in English football history as part of the ‘Goals Recreated’ campaign for BT Sport.

The forward has already successfully copied Paul Scholes’ famous volley against Bradford in 2000 and now has gone one further by recreating one of the most iconic moments in Tottenham’s history.

The goal scorer took a few attempts to get it spot-on but eventually managed to reproduce one of the most famous goals ever scored in a north London derby.

England’s senior forward went to the Euros on the back end of a fine season at White Hart Lane, where he topped the Premier League scoring charts with 25 goals.

However the Spurs man endured a dreadful tournament as he failed to find the back of the net with ten shots , with four on target and six off target.

He epitomised England’s meltdown against Iceland with a wretched display full of awkward touches, mislaid passes and a complete absence of cutting edge.

Kane has starred for England in 16 encounters though, scoring five goals and the 22-year-old will now be keen to put the Championships behind him and focus on the Russia 2018 World Cup qualification campaign where England will kick off against Slovakia on 4 September.

Conversely, the forwards general goal-scoring record with his club is very impressive, he has scored 91 goals and provided 26 assists in 206 matches for his side – making a significant contribution in more than every other game for his side.

In other Tottenham team news, Manchester United may have completed a world-record signing for Paul Pogba but Tottenham have their own midfield star in Eric Dier who can spearhead them to an against-the-odds title win.