Attacker has played last game for the club: Three things we learned from Tottenham win v Leicester
By Amir Mir
Football Insider analyses the three talking points after Tottenham secure a 6-1 win against Leicester City on Thursday night at the King Power Stadium.
Kane will win golden boot
He is leading the scoring charts ahead of Everton’s Romelu Lukaku. There was an air of determination from Kane as he took to the field against the Foxes. Catching Lukaku was surely on his mind. He got his just rewards when he slotted home Son Heung-Min’s cross to open the scoring for his side in the first half. He then added his second after the break with a header. Kane then netted his hat-trick with an effort from outside of the box before scoring a similar goal for his fourth. Lukaku will come up against Arsenal on the last day of the season while Kane will play against a relegated side in Hull. Surely the golden boot is Kane’s once again.
Wanyama hugely underrated
The 25-year-old made a switch from Southampton last summer and he has put in a number of impressive performances for his side. Wanyama’s ability to break up play and keep things simple in the middle of the park goes unnoticed and makes him hugely underrated. He was involved in the build-up play to Spurs’ second goal and ensured he bossed the midfield.
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Sissoko has played his last game for the club
Moussa Sissoko was given a rare start by his manager as he opted to rest playmaker Christian Eriksen. The attacker failed to light up the game and has struggled throughout the season. Since his big-money move from Newcastle and his failure to produce the goods, it won’t be a surprise if Sissoko has played his last game for Spurs. There is the likely hood that Eriksen could replace him for the last game of the season.