VIDEO: Spurs star Kane drills 50-yard field goal during New York Giants visit

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The Tottenham striker is in the USA taking part in the International Champions Cup and has been trying his hand at a different kind of football

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has shown that he can turn his hand to any kind of football by drilling a 50-yard field goal while visiting the New York Giants.

The England international is currently in the United States as Spurs step up their pre-season preparations in the International Champions Cup.

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Their next outing in that competition will see them face Serie A side Roma at the Red Bull Arena on Tuesday – home of the New York Red Bulls MLS outfit.

While in the Big Apple, Kane and Co have taken the opportunity to spend a day working at the training base of the Giants NFL franchise, with a spot of place kicking presenting them with an ideal stage on which to impress.

Kane is known to be a big NFL fan, with reigning Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots his team of choice.

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He has also offered his services to gridiron teams in the past, with a failed penalty attempt against Southampton in December seeing him post on Twitter: “If there’s any NFL teams looking for a kicker in the future, have a look at my game tonight.”

Kane also showcased his ability as a wide receiver during the recent summer break.

 

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For now, Kane has plenty left to achieve at Spurs, as they prepare to mount another Premier League title bid in 2017-18, but his future may well lie on the other side of the Atlantic in the NFL ranks. 

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