Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to Twitter to respond to the latest post from Lilywhites striker Harry Kane.
In his post, Kane said that he was “gutted” to only have won a point against Roy Hodgson’s side but added that there is “no time to dwell on it” as they have a “big game” in midweek against Liverpool.
Kane also included an image of himself and two Spurs teammates celebrating his goal at Selhurst Park.
This post from Kane then gathered a lot of replies from Spurs fans who were quick to share their thoughts on the matter.
So, what did these Spurs fans make of Harry Kane’s post?
Gutted to only come away with a point from that but no time to dwell on it. Big game Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/UT7d2fZGg6
— Harry Kane (@HKane) December 13, 2020
need you to keep up this consistent form harry. your the best in business at the moment. wednesday is a very very big game
— . (@_thfctel) December 13, 2020
Kane opened the scoring for Spurs against Palace with a long-range strike from 30 yards before Jeffrey Schlupp managed to grab an equaliser for the home side in the second half (per BBC Sport).
Big response needed ?
— Glorious Spurs (@SpursGlorious) December 13, 2020
— sami ?? (@hmson7i) December 13, 2020
Are you confident Spurs can beat Liverpool in midweek?
— Yusuf Dadinho Kabuga ? (@yusufdadinho) December 13, 2020
Keep going Harry, you can’t win them all but you can only try #Coys
— David Rose (@Rosey1708) December 13, 2020
Now that Kane has shared this post onto his official Twitter page, this opened the door for lots of Spurs fans to share their messages to the striker.
I think we’ve got a good chance on Wednesday #COYS
— Jonathan Burns (@jrburns9) December 13, 2020
Looking at the replies to Kane’s post, it’s clear that these Spurs fans all agree with their striker that the club should now be focusing on their next match against Liverpool to try and bounce back from the Palace draw.
Considering how Liverpool also dropped two points away from home over the weekend in a 1-1 draw against Fulham, and the fact that they currently have some players out injured such as Diogo Jota, Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, this could now be a good opportunity for Spurs to beat Jurgen Klopp’s side.
In our view, with both Spurs and Liverpool on 25 points at the moment, their midweek clash will be an interesting fixture for both sides.