By Amir Mir
Paulinho has sent a message to Tottenham striker Harry Kane after he was reminiscing about the time he scored his first Premier League goal for the club.
On Friday afternoon, Kane posted a message on his personal Twitter account stating that he remembers scoring his first goal for Spurs “like it was yesterday”.
Former Premier League midfielder, Paulinho, simply responded with the words “coys” to Kane’s Twitter post.
Here is Paulinho responding to Kane’s message:
“Three years ago Today I scored my first Premier League goal,” said Kane. “Still remember it like it was yesterday.”
— Paulinho (@paulinhop8) April 8, 2017
The game Kane is referring to was the 5-1 home win against Sunderland during the 2013/14 season when Tim Sherwood was in charge of the north London club.
In that game, Brazil international Paulinho was playing alongside Kane, who scored after 59 minutes at White Hart Lane.
Emanuel Adebayor (2), Christian Eriksen and Gylfi Sigurdsson were the other players to get their names on the scoresheet – two of those players have since left the club.
Midfielder Paulinho moved to England from Brazilian outfit Corinthians during the summer of 2013 for a fee of £17million.
Despite the big transfer fee, he was not able to live up to expectations as he struggled to find form and consistency during his time at the north London club.
Paulinho made 67 appearances in all competitions for Spurs, scoring ten goals and supplying seven assists.
He left the Premier League in 2015 to join the fast-growing Chinese Super League where he is currently playing for top tier side GZ Evergrande.
In other Tottenham news, fans have urged Mauricio Pochettino to ignore 23-year-old and start attacking duo against Watford.