​The season hasn't even kicked off and Harry Kane is already doing stupidly good things with a football.


Absent for spells of last season through injury, it seems he hasn't lost his magic touch after scoring a sublime stoppage-time winner against Juventus in the International Champions Cup on Sunday.

With plenty of Mauricio Pochettino's youngsters rightfully going to earn the plaudits for a fine first half in which Erik Lamela's goal deservedly had them leading at half time, there's still only one name that will take the headlines.


Gonzalo Higuain and ​Cristiano Ronaldo turned the game on its head with two quickfire goals, before Lucas Moura struck an equaliser not long after.


The game looked destined for a penalty shootout with added time drifting away, but a certain ​Kane had slightly differing thoughts. And Twitter duly responded.

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​​Some fans even took time to poke holes in the theory that the ​Tottenham forward only scores poacher-esque goals.


A theory commonly associated with complete fools whose football knowledge doesn't stretch further than knowing ​Juventus play their football in Italy.

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​​There are always the pessimists, however.


Whether a joke or not, it remains a humorous approach to something as glorious as the strike we just witnessed.

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