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The striker has yet to score for Spurs this season,

but he has no doubt that his barren run will end as

he salutes Son Heung-Min for his Europa League


Misfiring Tottenham striker Harry Kane is confident

that "goals will come" for him this season at White

Hart Lane.

After a breakthrough campaign last year, Kane has

yet to score for Spurs in 2015-16, although he

struck for England against San Marino and

Switzerland during the international break.

The 22-year-old appeared as a second-half

substitute during his side's 3-1 Europa League win

against Qarabag on Thursday, in which new signing

Son Heung-Min netted twice in Kane's usual role as

the lone centre-forward.

"I came on for 30 minutes which was a good run-

out, good for the fitness," he told Goal after the

game. "I've just got to keep doing what I'm doing.

I'm playing well. I've just got to keep getting in the

right positions and the chances will come - and I'll

take them.

"Obviously we were disappointed to go behind - we

didn't start too well - but I thought we played quite

well. We got the two goals quite early on and we

just needed to finish the game off quite early, I


"But Coco [Erik Lamela] with a great finish at the

end to finish the game off. We're happy with the win

and hopefully we can build on it.

"I'm delighted for Son. He played very well. He ran

in behind and had two good finishes and he created

a lot as well so we're all delighted for him on his

home debut so hopefully there's more to come."



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