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Harry Kane insists Totttenham’s Champions League dream is not over

Despite a goalless draw against relegation threatened Burnley on Sunday, Tottenham striker Harry Kane is refusing to throw in the towel in the race to qualify for the Champions League next season, the Mail Online reports.

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The result leaves Spurs seven points off the top-four with seven games to go and they still have to face Southampton and Manchester City before the season ends, but the Premier League joint top scorer is not giving up hope:

“It’s going to be tricky, we’re quite a few points behind now.” Kane told the Mail Online

‘But in this league you never know. We’ve got winnable games coming up and we focus on them.”

“We take each game as it comes and see where that takes us.” he added.

Kane has played a major role in keeping the North London outfit in the conversation for a Champions League spot as his 19 league goals have been the highlight of a breakout year for the youngster.

After beginning the season as the third choice striker behind Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor, the 21-year-old has forced his way into the team and was given the captain’s armband for the game at Turf Moor in the absence of Younes Kaboul, Hugo Lloris and Jan Vertonghen.

This came days after he made his full England debut against Italy, just days after scoring against Lithuania in his first appearance for the senior side.

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