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Harry Kane fires warning at Van Dijk and Liverpool

Harry Kane fires warning at Van Dijk and Liverpool ahead of Premier League clash

October 26, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Spurs skipper has fired shots at the Dutch defender and his side.

Tottenham Hotspur skipper Harry Kane has issued a stern caution at Virgil van Dijk and his Liverpool side ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash. The English striker says the league leaders are capable of being defeated despite their unbeaten run this season.

The upcoming encounter will present Kane and his teammates the opportunity to avenge last season's Champions League Final defeat albeit Spurs not being in the best of forms. Going into the game, the North Londoners have won just two of their last five Premier League matches, drawing with Watford and falling to surprise defeats against Brighton and Leicester City.

However, despite the pressure on manager Mauricio Pochettino to turn things around, optimism remains high in their camp coming up against Liverpool. The Reds are yet to be beaten in nine matches this season, winning all but one of their nine games thus far while conceding just seven goals after scoring 21.

Still, Kane believes that his side has what it takes to the results against Jurgen Klopp's men despite their resoluteness and has outlined his plan to deal with Virgil van Dijk.

"Van Dijk is a great defender, but he's not ­invincible – and Liverpool are not invincible.

"We just have to concentrate on ourselves. Any team can be beaten on any day and we just have to try to make sure we do that at Anfield.

"As a striker, it's not just ­one-v-one on the pitch, there's a lot that goes into it. Van Dijk is an amazing defender and he has had a fantastic couple of years at Liverpool.

"So, from my point of view, it's just about playing my game and making my movements, making my runs and trying to get on the scoresheet, trying to get assists.

"At the end of the day, it's a team game, so we all have to be on it with each other and that's the main aim."

Kane added: "We've had a little bit of a ­rivalry over the last couple of years because we've been competing at the top of the Premier League and the Champions League – and that's what happens when you get two good teams at a high level.

"You want to win, you want to come out on top and they came out on top in May, or June, whenever it was… I've tried to forget it," he said, with a rueful laugh.

"It's the first time we'll have played them since, but that's in the past, we must concentrate on us now and we have a lot to do to turn our Premier League season around."


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