Harry Kane is a threat to PSV - van Bommel

The PSV manager acknowledged that Harry Kane will be the player to watch out for ahead of his team’s clash against Spurs…

PSV manager Mark van Bommel mentioned that both teams need to win in order to stay alive in the UEFA Champions League. Tottenham travel to Netherlands to face Eredivisie leaders as they are still looking for their first points in the competition. Harry Kane hasn’t been in the best of forms but van Bommel opined that the goals will soon come for the English skipper.

“Part of being a striker is if you don’t score you are concerned, but if the team is playing well the goals will come. They have a lot of quality, if you are such a quality player it is only a matter of time before you start scoring again.

"If we only concentrate on Harry Kane it will be difficult to have an eye on the others, they have quality players not only up front but in midfield and with Kieran Trippier providing the crosses.”

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