Kane has now scored a total of seven goals in the seven North London derbies he's featured in.
There can not be a harder player to shake off the ball then the former Fulham man, just ask messrs Wilshere, El Neny and Xhaka - the latter two being hauled off after being in Dembele's shadow for much of the 90 minutes.
"There was more at stake than just the derby, I said that before the game, that's why it's so disappointing to lose the way we lost it".
Arsenal were lucky to come away with just a 1-0 defeat. "We were destabilised by the goal they scored and they had two or three more opportunities that they could have scored".
After watching Harry Kane head home the victor against Arsenal on Saturday, team-mate Fernando Llorente acknowledges that he'll have to continue to play second fiddle to the Englishman.
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Spurs now go to Juventus on Tuesday in their Champions League last 16 first leg, while Arsenal are in Sweden to face Ostersund in their Europa League round of 32 first-leg clash on Thursday evening. The first 25-30 minutes of the second half we played wonderful football and created a lot of chances. "My agent went to Arsenal, I wasn't there myself but it was very respectful and in the end I had to make a choice and I chose Spurs", he told The Mirror. Arsenal are a very good team, but this is the sort of game Spurs need to win if they are to establish themselves as Champions League regulars.
"If it is an opportunity we will have to try to take it - but the priority is still the Premier League".
"We can only look at ourselves at the goal, but I don't think we lack hunger in defence".
His 32nd goal of the season earned Tottenham a well-deserved 1-0 victory over Arsenal and in truth, it could have been four or five in the second half.
"My players were fantastic, they deserve the full credit, now keep going".
"I think they have done an incredible job, they are the team that you can praise the most in the Premier League, what (chairman) Daniel Levy has done, the way they have organised the club", said the Daily Telegraph's football writer.