Trevor Sinclair names Tottenham trio in his PL team of the year, leaves out Kane
By Harvey Byrne
Former England international Trevor Sinclair has named Tottenham trio Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Toby Alderweireld in his Premier League team of the year.
The second placed Spurs team have a lot of individual stars in their starting eleven which has helped them remain within touching distance of league leaders Chelsea.
Many have often named Harry Kane among the north London side’s best players and he has scored a stunning 20 goals from 24 Premier League appearances this year.
However, former winger Sinclair decided to omit the 23-year-old from his team of the year, as shown on his personal Twitter account for Everton star forward Romelu Lukaku.
— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) April 19, 2017
In comparison to Kane, Belgium international Lukaku has struck 24 goals from 32 Premier League appearances.
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There has long been a debate as to who the better is between the two strikers, but what is clear is that Kane is playing for the better team.
The England international has been fed by star Alli, who has contributed seven assists, while chipping in with 16 goals himself from 31 top-flight matches this season.
Meanwhile, Walker is currently considered one of the best in Europe in the right-back position due to his ability to bomb forward and defend and Alderweireld has also helped at the back by marshalling the north London club to boast the best defensive record after 32 encounters.
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