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Can Spurs beat bogey team Liverpool?

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Harry Kane's continued brilliance becoming too difficult to describe

Harry Kane had one of the more remarkable months in September a player has ever had.

I'm sort of running out of superlatives when it comes to Harry Kane. He scored two goals on Saturday in Tottenham Hotspur's 4-0 hammering of Huddersfield Town but could have had twice as many. Easy. He has eight goals in his last four Premier League games (with a hat-trick in the Champions League sandwiched in there, too...) and what strikes you is how effortless he makes everything look.

The better he does, the more folks speculate about whether he's too good for Tottenham. I don't know Kane well enough to be sure, but I like to think the more that happens, the more determined he is to stay. Few players have the privilege of playing -- and excelling -- for the club they've supported all their lives.

Click here to read more of Marcotti's thoughts on what occurred in European football over the previous week.

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