Harry Kane's brother serenaded by Spurs fans in a pub after Arsenal win

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Harry Kane's cult hero status at Tottenham is gathering pace after his two-goal salvo in Saturday's north London derby secured a valuable 2-1 victory over Arsenal.

The Spurs striker's second half brace cancelled out Mesut Ozil's opener to lift Mauricio Pochettino's side above the Gunners in the Premier League table following another pulsating encounter at White Hart Lane.

Arsene Wenger's men were unable to keep Kane quiet after the interval. He netted a close-range equaliser after reacting quickest to a David Ospina parry before guiding a brilliant header beyond the Arsenal goalkeeper following a pinpoint Nabil Bentaleb cross.

As Tottenham's supporters celebrated their latest victory wildly, one London pub found itself in the presence of match-winning royalty, after Kane's brother Charlie was identified watching his sibling's scintillating performance on TV.

Spurs fans responded by lifting the youngster up and serenading him with that increasingly familiar Harry Kane song - with one jubilant onlooker capturing the moment on his camera, and swiftly uploading it on social media.

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Kane has now scored 22 goals in all competitions for Tottenham this season, and looks certain to earn a call-up to the next senior England squad, especially after Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson was in the stands watching the talented youngster take centre stage against Arsenal.

Watch footage of Harry Kane's brother Charlie being serenaded by Spurs supporters in the video above - and leave a prediction in the comment box provided how many goals you think the marksman is capable of scoring in total this season...

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