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Boxing Day: Spurs save point

Boxing Day: Spurs save point

Tottenham Hotspur saved a point in the London City derby at Brentford at the start of the traditional Boxing Day in the Premier League.

The team surrounding the tragic champions of England Harry Kane fought off the shock team, which recently defeated the champions Manchester City, thanks to the World Cup drivers 2: 2 (0: 1). However, Tottenham missed the jump to third place.

And Brentford will have to wait for its first victory over Tottenham since 1948. Hamburg-born Vitaly Janellet (10th) and striker Ivan Toni (54th) scored a goal for each of the hosts, and Kane (65th) and former Munich Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (71st) equalized.

Brentford fans mock Keane

Kane initially faced abuse from Brentford fans for missing a penalty in the World Cup quarter-final against France.

With his tenth goal in the seventh game on Boxing Day, he set a new Christmas Games record. No other player has scored more times on Boxing Day, with Kane bettering former Liverpool player Robbie Keane (9 goals).

Kane scored for the first time against Brentford

In addition, Kane also did a personal scoring thing with a goal. Brentford was the only team in the Premier League against which he did not score. Now the Tottenham striker has scored against every team he has played against.

The guests, who got stronger and stronger after the break, included five Qatari participants, Kane and Eric Dier (England), Hong-Min Son (South Korea), Ivan Perisic (Croatia) and Hojbjerg (Denmark) in the starting line-up.