Let’s face facts, you’re going to get an outstanding player rating when you score a hat trick. Kane certainly deserves a ton of credit for notching three outstanding goals.
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In truth, any criticism of his day is pretty minor. My only issue is that he could have managed to put another chance away in the first half. By allowing Fulham to head to the dressing room only down one goal, it made the fixture a little more nervy than it ever needed to be.
As I said, I’m quibbling with a great performance here. Kane was back to top form today. Tottenham will need it to continue to win silverware this year.
The Dutch keeper certainly didn’t have a busy afternoon. For the most part, he handled the few shots headed his way and distributed the ball well. He wasn’t tested much in the way of saves.
He did gift Fulham their best chance of the afternoon with his careless giveaway. On the other hand, he made the save to cover his silly error. You can’t hammer him too much for his errant pass when he covered it up immediately. It was a solid, but not spectacular day for Vorm.