West Ham star Declan Rice said that he was blown away by the finishing of Tottenham ace Harry Kane during England training, when speaking on the Super 6 Podcast with Laura Woods and Adebayo Akinfenwa.
Rice, 21, is now a fully fledged England international. It will be great for the young Hammers midfielder to learn from the likes of the Spurs striker.
Kane is quite simply one of the best in world football.
There aren’t many more clinical strikers than him in the game. Kane is arguably the best out and out striker in the world.
The 27-year-old has scored 201 goals in 302 games for Tottenham. He has been on fire this season, racking up 13 goals and 11 assists in 15 games for Spurs (Transfermarkt).
And Rice absolutely raved about the Spurs hitman, when speaking on the Super 6 Podcast with Laura Woods and Adebayo Akinfenwa:
“I’ve never seen finishing like Harry Kane in my life. We done a finishing drill and he finished every single ball from outside the dee. With power and precision. I know how good he is but witnessing him in training, it’s so sick to watch. You have to applaud it.”
Rice’s words on Kane prove just how good the Tottenham striker is. Not that we didn’t know that anyway.
The Spurs ace is well on track to beat Alan Shearer’s record of 260 Premier League goals. It would surprise nobody of Kane surpassed the former Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United striker.
Let’s hope that Rice learning from the likes of Kane and co helps him become an even better player for West Ham.