By Tottenham correspondent Tony Hughes
Jamie Carragher hailed Harry Kane as an “absolute superstar” after his brilliant equaliser against Liverpool helped Tottenham secure a point in a hard-fought 1-1 draw on Saturday night.
Philippe Coutinho put the home side ahead at Anfield with a superbly-taken opener early in the second after but Kane provided further evidence of his clinical qualities with his 63rd minute goal.
The Spurs striker received Christian Eriksen’s pass on the half-turn, spun his marker Dejan Lovren and fired unerringly low and hard into the corner.
It was his 22nd league goal of the season, which is more than any other Tottenham player in a Premier League campaign.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, pundit Carragher said: “Harry Kane, probably one of my favourites players in the Premier League, I absolutely love him, he’s a fantastic player. I think he’s an absolute superstar, Harry Kane.
“You’re talking about maybe the best striker in the league at the moment, you’ve also got Aguero. That slight mistake from Lovren gets punished.”
The draw an Anfield means second-placed Spurs are four points behind leaders Leicester, who play Southampton on Sunday.
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