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- For me, Harry Kane is the ultimate all-round forward in the Premier League
- It is incredible people think Kane is out of form given he has 12 goals in 23 games
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s strength is his pace and it could hurt Tottenham
It makes me laugh when people say Kane is out of form. If scoring 12 goals in 23 games for club and country counts as a poor start, then heaven help the rest of the Premier League when he hits his peak!
He is the ultimate all-round forward. He scores with both feet, his head, is lethal in the box and deadly from distance.
His goal against Chelsea was vintage Harry Kane. Picking up the ball with his back to goal some 30 yards out, he spun, ran into space and caught Chelsea on the hop by shooting early.
Where Aubameyang has the upper hand over Kane is his pace. He is the sort of player I’d have loved to play alongside — a forward who comes into his own whenever the ball is played in behind or slid into the channel.
If this is a close, cagey game then Aubameyang’s pace on the break could be the difference.
I was impressed by Juan Foyth’s display at Crystal Palace but the young defender can be pressured into a mistake. He conceded two penalties at Wolves and could be a player Arsenal try to target.
I still feel Arsenal’s centre halves are their achilles heel. There is huge responsibility on Lucas Torreira to shield the defence.
If Kane doesn’t shoot from distance, he will look to send runners scampering in behind.
Torreira must restrict his space to prevent him from doing so. Fail to get tight to Kane and he will punish them.
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