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Derby hero Kane mocks Piers Morgan over Aubameyang tweet

Derby hero Kane mocks Piers Morgan over Aubameyang tweet

The Spurs boss has revolutionised the North London club's fortunes since taking over in 2014, with the Argentine leading the Lilywhites to third and second-placed Premier League finishes.

The win left Spurs seven points ahead of their bitter local rivals in the Premier League table.

In the first north London derby at Wembley for 25 years, Tottenham extended their recent mastery over Arsenal, who have won only once in the last eight league meetings with their hated neighbours.

"I believe what you want in a game like that is to keep him quiet and for our strikers to express their talent".

Arsenal who recently got back to winning ways as their new signings Hendrik Mkhitaryan and Pierre Emerick Aubameyeng starred in their terrific 5-1 demolition of Everton last weekend.

ARSENE WENGER will not prioritise the Europa League - despite virtually conceding Arsenal's top-four hopes.

"You say we are not strong enough defending but we don't score enough away either".

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Harry Kane found the opening in the 27th minute after being sent through by Christian Eriksen inside the box but he could not connect well with the ball and skied his effort over the crossbar.

As the second half kicked-off, the Hurricane was activated as the Golden Boot victor took the game by storm, firing in a header to give his side the lead, and missing two clear-cut chances to double it in the following few minutes.

Kane has been in sensational form for Tottenham this season, and has now netted 23 goals in the Premier League this term.

"We can only look at ourselves at the goal, but I don't think we lack hunger in defence".

They are still in the FA Cup and Champions League where they have beaten Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund this season. The Wilshere-Ramsey axis has so far been below par as they are both considered the same kind of players. Arsenal are a very good team, but this is the sort of game Spurs need to win if they are to establish themselves as Champions League regulars.

"The way they went about the game tells you everything about where they are at the minute, they are a team brimming full of confidence".