Harry Kane revealed the Manchester City loss was a “tough one” to take on Saturday but that Tottenham have to stick together.
The Spurs striker posted his reaction via Twitter on Sunday and insisted that the team will work even harder and go again.
Tough one to take yesterday. Got to stick together, work even harder and go again. pic.twitter.com/tCSOIQWBRl
— Harry Kane (@HKane) December 17, 2017
Tottenham lost 4-1 to Manchester City as goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and a brace from Raheem Sterling ensured a comfortable win for the league leaders.
Christian Eriksen grabbed a consolation goal for Spurs in the 93rd minute, which means Kane has failed to score in his last two league outings.
However, Kane has been prolific this season scoring 18 goals in 22 appearances across all competitions for Spurs.
The result leaves Tottenham 21 points off Manchester City and two points off Arsenal who sit fourth in the last Champions League qualification spot.
Ahead of the Manchester City game, Spurs had won their last two leagues games against Brighton and Stoke City after previously being winless for four league games.
Spurs are next in action against fifth placed Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Tottenham failed to beat Burnley at Wembley when they met in August as a late Chris Wood’s goal cancelled out Dele Alli’s opener causing the sides to share the points.
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