Harry Kane was great in his team's 0-4 win over Crystal Palace. The manager of Tottenham, Antonio Conte, is happy for his team, especially Kane, who shows that he is world-class. 'We are talking about a world class striker,' said Conte, as quoted by dailymail.co.uk.
'He is going to beat every record with the goals. In the difficult moments, you know Harry is on the pitch, ready to fight, ready to help teammates, ready to sort situation with goals and assists.'
His team is expecting two tough games after this match.
"This was an important win. We know after Saturday in FA Cup we face Arsenal and Manchester City, the two title contenders for this Premier League. To arrive with a good win is really important. I hope to recover players who are injured.
We are talking about important players. I hope in these 10 days to have all these players available, Richarlison, Kulusevski and Bentancur."
Antonio Conte on the goals
For him, the important fact is that they didn't concede a goal, and scored as many as four.
'It was important to get three points, get the win, score four and not concede a goal. This type of win brings confidence. The game against Aston Villa, after a good first half, we conceded the goal and our confidence dropped a lot.
To recover in two or three days after a defeat at home where expected to win, and to go again, was not easy. Palace boss Patrick Vieira emphasized the quality of Tottenham's attackers, who showed their capabilities in the best possible way.
'What cost us was the quality of Tottenham's forwards. We gave them too much space and when you do that you get punished. The frustration is we didn't take our chances.' - Patrick Vieira said.
Tottenham will fight for the top 4 until the very end, and maybe they can do more.