Spurs’ Goal Of The Season – The Contenders

Altogether this season, Spurs have scored 91 goals in all competitions this season, some of them have been set-pieces or tap-in whereas others have been some of the finest goals you’re ever likely to see from a player in the Lilywhite shirt.

We’ve put together a list of 5 goals that have taken our breath away this season for many reasons. Here’s the list of contenders.


Harry Kane vs Chelsea

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His 2nd of the game that pretty much sealed victory for us on New Year’s Day was absolutely mesmerising. He turned Terry & Cahill like Sunday League defenders and slotted it with a velvet touch into the corner past Courtois was so reminiscent of many great strikers like Shearer, Klinsmann & Sheringham, it was a moment of epiphany that showed Kane had come of age and showed the world that he was a superstar in the making.

Erik Lamela vs Asteras Tripolis

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The legendary Rabona goal left us with an ever-lasting memory from an otherwise meaningless game. He received the ball from 20 yards out and then he performed a piece of skill that left everyone inside White Hart Lane and watching at home open-mouthed a what the Argentine had just done. Even if he doesn’t become the player we all wanted him to be at least our club record signing will leave something to remember him by.

Christian Eriksen vs Sheffield Utd

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The goal that booked us the trip to Wembley. Eriksen had given us the ticket to the home of football putting us 2-0 ahead on aggregate, but then a comeback from Sheffield Utd threatened to make us all look like fools. But then very late on, as has become a habit this season, Kane played a perfect through ball for Eriksen who decided to let the ball run across him and check the shot back across goal. The confidence he must have had to just pass it into the net with that much pressure on him was just staggering, pure class.

Nacer Chadli vs QPR

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The much–lauded 48 pass goal from our opening home game of the season showed patience, quality and efficiency. After a period of two minutes of passing the ball and making the Hoops round and round in circles with all 11 players contributing to it. It then turned when Eriksen played it to Lamela who let the ball run across his body and burst past 3 defenders and chip the ball up for Chadli who cushion headed the ball into the corner to round off a fine move.

Eric Dier vs West Ham

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Everyone who remembers back to August an our opening game under Pochettino. After going down to 10 men after just 28 minutes, unlike before when we crumbled to pieces, we fought back and showed resiliency. Then in injury-time Kane slipped the ball through to young Eric Dier, on his Spurs debut, who started at CB but played almost the whole game at RB, beat the offside trap and took it round Adrian and slid it home into the net to send us delirious with delight, what a start to the season that was

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