Rose and Kane.

Spurs fans notice what Danny Rose did in Harry Kane's dressing room photo

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It was a very special day for Harry Kane.

Kane went into Tottenham’s match against Southampton knowing that he needed just one goal to overhaul Alan Shearer’s record of 36 Premier League goals in a calendar year.

He did that with ease by scoring a hat-trick during Spurs’ 5-2 victory.

But that hat-trick meant that he also overtook Lionel Messi in terms of goals scored in 2017. Messi has 54 goals from 63 appearances in all competitions, while Kane made it 56 from 52.

To celebrate an incredible year, Kane sent a brilliant tweet with 56 football emojis to show the number of goals he’s scored.

But after he sent it, many Spurs fans weren’t taking too much notice of him in the picture.


Instead, their attention turned to Danny Rose.

Rose was seen pointing towards the club badge in the photo ahead of the January transfer window.


And it was something that Spurs fans absolutely loved. Rose is enjoying a spell in the first-team and produced another solid performance against Southampton.


And this is how they reacted to Rose’s behaviour on Twitter:


The left-back has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United since the summer and his manager Mauricio Pochettino spoke about his future last month.

"This is not the moment to talk about that [Rose's future]," he said.


"All players have contracts with us, involved in our project."You cannot guess what is going to happen in the future." “It’s not easy. When you take decisions about starting eleven, the players not involved in the squad, not playing, they are not happy."He never showed that [anger] to me. That is why I was surprised. Of course disappointed, but I understand that after he was angry.

"In front of me he was never angry, he never showed that behaviour, he was normal. I am the boss, that is the problem for the players.”

Danny Rose
Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League

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