Dimitar Berbatov is backing Tottenham Hotspur to end West Ham United's winning run with a resounding 3-0 victory over the east London side at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
West Ham came out fighting, and dragged themselves back into the game as Fabian Balbuena and an own goal from Davinson Sanchez gave them a chance.
Kane was always likely to deliver against the Hammers given his fine goalscoring record against them, and he hardly took any time at all to wreak havoc.
"I understand the abilities Gareth Bale has got and what he can do, but it would be wrong to think about him and not about Harry Kane or [Heung-min] Son the way they're playing at the moment, because they're on fire".
The star now has 12 goal involvements (five goals, seven assists), surpassing none other than Arsenal legend Thierry Henry who had been holding the record since the 2004/05 season with 11.
The Spaniard set up Kane's second with a pinpoint cross for the striker to head home at the far post.
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"It's a pity he couldn't score the fourth goal that could kill the game", Mourinho said.
While West Ham manager David Moyes said: "I think we're concentrating quite a lot on us, how we are and what we can do, rather than on what Spurs can do". "He was so good".
"It would be great to see Bale if he was ready, but in any case Spurs should be too strong".
Balbuena's header from Aaron Creswell's free-kick started the collapse before Sanchez turned a risky ball across the box into his own net.
Bale should have sealed the three points and a dream debut, but he flashed a shot wide with just Fabianski to beat as the game entered stoppage time. Cresswell's cross was cleared, with the ball eventually falling to Manuel Lanzini.
"I was wondering what part, after Spurs' results, does he play in it against West Ham?"