Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he is hoping Manchester United give Tottenham a helping hand by beating league leaders Chelsea tomorrow.
Tottenham kept their pursuit of the league leaders on with a 4-0 victory over Bournemouth, and Harry Kane, a big contender for this seasons golden boot says Tottenham will be hoping Jose Mourinho and his men can give them a hand on Sunday by defeating the league leaders.
“Sometimes it’s good to play first. Early kick off, get the three points and then we can enjoy our Easter weekend and see what happens tomorrow. Hopefully Man Utd can get a result for us,” he told Sky Sports.
“I think a lot of us will be watching. We enjoying watching football anyway and it is a big game so hopefully something can happen that goes in our favour but there is still a long way to go. We’ve got to keep wining our games.”
“It’s great. It’s good to be consistent as a striker. I want to do it year in, year out, and it’s good to get three years in a row but we still plenty to play for this season so I try not think about it too much,” he added.
“We want to win games and we have a big game next week in the cup and [we have to] push until the end of the season.”
With Chelsea having already registered two victories over Manchester United this season, the Tottenham squad will be hoping Mourinho can turn his luck around at Old Trafford.