Mauricio Pochettino’s side travelled to Leicester City on Saturday looking to secure their first victory of the season.
The Lilywhites impressed sporadically against Manchester United in their EPL opener, but were left empty handed after Kyle Walker’s own goal. Subsequently, they took a 2-0 lead at home to Stoke City, only to end up with a point following a late collapse.
It was a similar story at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, when Dele Alli’s opener was cancelled out soon afterwards by Riyad Mahrez.
The draw leaves Tottenham with only two points from their opening three games—and a potential nine points.
Taking to Twitter after the match, England striker Harry Kane—who endured a frustrating afternoon—has admitted his disappointment following the Lilywhites’ latest setback.
Disappointing feeling again. Worked so hard as a team to get our goal. Need to stay positive and keep working. Congrats @dele_alli36 ????
— Harry Kane (@hkane28) August 22, 2015
Kane was one of the division’s stars last term, managing a magnificent 21 goals in 34 EPL outings—making for something of a breakout campaign.
This year, however, he has gone three games without finding the net.
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