Kane wants Tottenham to follow the example of Super Bowl heroes

Striker Harry Kane hopes the New England Patriots’ return to death in the US rugby final will inspire Tottenham in the pursuit of Chelsea.

The New England Patriots, on Sunday, February 5, made a spectacular comeback that no team has ever made in the Super Bowl final, in Houston, Texas. The club were ahead with a 25-point lead, but eventually drew 28-28 after four main innings and secured a 34-28 victory over the Atlanta Falcons after extra time.

Striker Harry Kane is a huge fan of Tom Brady, the 39-year-old star and the soul of the Patriots in five Super Bowl championships.

The English striker hopes Tottenham can take the top spot of Chelsea in the Premier League this season in a similar way. The distance between these two clubs after 24 rounds is played is nine points.

The English striker hopes Tottenham can take the top spot of Chelsea in the Premier League this season in a similar way. The distance between these two clubs after 24 rounds is played is nine points.

Kane judges Chelsea can be caught. Currently, the difference is only nine points. That is only equal to three wins, while the season has 14 rounds. A team can go upstream 25 points to win the Super Bowl when the game is less than a half. When you see things like that, you get the inspiration that everything is possible.

Kane watched from start to finish and had just four hours to sleep before training with Tottenham on Monday morning. Patriots’ Tom Brady was a role model for Kane. Kane is one of his fans. People didn’t really trust him when he started his career. But his confidence and desire to win has made him one of the great footballers of all time. Kane admires him.

The England striker also admitted that Liverpool’s upcoming match this weekend will be a test of the Tottenham candidate’s qualification.