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11th Jun, 2017 | 4:28pm

Chris Sutton delivers one-word Twitter verdict on Tottenham ace

By Harvey Byrne

Outspoken football pundit Chris Sutton simply used the word “class” on Saturday afternoon to describe Tottenham ace Harry Kane.

The 23-year-old goal machine was named the England captain ahead of their clash against Scotland at Hampden Park and scored a dramatic late equaliser in the 2-2 draw.

It marked a further goal for the player who claimed the Premier League’s golden boot for the second consecutive season with 29 league goals scored from 30 top-flight appearances.

Now, Sutton, who was no stranger to scoring during his playing days posted on his personal Twitter account after the Three Lions’ draw that Kane was “class.”

Kane properly broke into the Tottenham first team in the 2014-15 campaign and took his chance with both hands by coring a very impressive 31 goals in 51 matches in all competitions.

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Many doubted he could do it for a second season, but he answered his critics in fine fashion by scoring 28 goals in 50 matches.

The last campaign marked his best goal haul as he struck 35 goals in 38 matches in all competitions with an ankle injury only preventing him from scoring more.

Kane will now be looking to improve once more next season and it is thought that many will start considering him “world class” if he performs well in the Champions League.

In other Tottenham news, Trevor Sinclair believes this Spurs academy prospect looked like a man against boys on Sunday.

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