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Kane responds to criticism over Doucoure red card

Spurs captain Harry Kane has responded to criticism directed towards him for allegedly acting in a way that led to Abdoulaye Doucoure receiving a red card during the Everton game.

Some pundits have labeled Harry Kane’s behavior as “embarrassing” after he was accused of falling too easily when a Premier League rival touched his face.

However, Kane wants to make it clear that nobody is questioning Abdoulaye Doucoure’s red card, and he was only trying to help his team win the game.

Asked about criticism, Kane replied: “I’m good. I’ve not heard anyone say it was not a red card. At the end of the day that’s football, that’s the way it goes and people have their opinions.

“My focus was on trying to help the team in this game and that’s what I did.”

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In their first match after Conte’s dissmisal, Spurs drew 1-1 against Everton under Cristian Stellini management. Kane added: “Obviously I wish Antonio all the best.

“We had a great relationship and it was just unfortunate that for one reason or another it didn’t quite work.

I wish him luck in his next adventure and in the meantime we’ll continue to fight with Cristian, Ryan [Mason, acting assistant head coach] and the staff and try and achieve what we set out to.I wish him luck in his next adventure and in the meantime we’ll continue to fight with Cristian, Ryan [Mason, acting assistant head coach] and the staff and try and achieve what we set out to.

Kane added: “He’s [Conte] a great man, his emotions come out at times and that’s who he is and he owns that. Us players we talk amongst ourselves [about the need] to keep fighting and keep improving.

We know that Southampton game, we know the Everton game last week we need to do better in those moments when we’re leading. Overall, all we can do is keep trying to fight and that’s what we’ll do.

“We know that Southampton game, we know the Everton game last week we need to do better in those moments when we’re leading. Overall, all we can do is keep trying to fight and that’s what we’ll do.”

Russell Murray
Russell Murray
Russell Murray is a passionate football journalist whose heart beats to the rhythm of the beautiful game. With an insatiable appetite for all things football, Russell is always seeking to capture the essence of the sport. Also, he strongly believes that Guti and Diego Milito never received the recognition they deserved for their contributions to football.
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