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Kane helps American Spurs fans

Spurs striker Kane responded after reading of Dallas couple Ken and Brandi Saxton's misfortune on Twitter.

"Most people that I've interacted with on Twitter have spoken about how gutted I must feel or how disappointing everything must have been," Ken Saxton told the BBC.

"But I came over here mainly to be with my friends and make new ones. So, football or not, I was able to hang out with some really incredible people and meet some new ones."

Arsenal recover from Lamela 'Rabona' to beat Tottenham

Martin Odegaard's deflected effort on the stroke of halftime deservedly levelled things up for Arsenal and Alexandre Lacazette's 64th-minute penalty sealed their first win in six attempts against their bitter rivals.

It was a mixed afternoon for Lamela who produced an audacious 'Rabona' shot to put Spurs in front against the run of play after 33 minutes at The Emirates -- one of the most remarkable goals ever seen in the long-running rivalry.

Spurs beat Hammers

The visitors were fortunate just before halftime when VAR ruled out Son Heung-min's goal for offside, but their luck deserted them after the break at an empty Tottenham Stadium.

Defeat left West Ham above the relegation zone on goal difference from Bournemouth who have a game in hand.

Tottenham's first win in eight matches in all competitions kept them in the hunt for a Champions League qualification berth.

Jose Mourinho's side are seventh with 45 points, one behind fifth-placed Manchester United.

Spurs would sell Kane to foreign club

26-year-old Kane signed a six-year contract with Spurs in June 2018.

Last month, he said he would not stay at the north London club "just for the sake of it", and there are reports chairman Daniel Levy would be open to selling him for about $400 million.

Manchester United are long-time admirers of the England captain.

Tottenham were one of the first Premier League clubs to furlough staff in response to the coronavirus pandemic, with Levy warning that "people need to wake up to the enormity" of the crisis.

Lucas stunned as Spurs reach final

Tottenham booked a showdown with Liverpool in Madrid on June 1 as hat-trick hero Lucas scored in the 96th minute to complete a sensational comeback in Amsterdam.

Trailing 1-0 heading into Wednesday's return leg, Tottenham fell 3-0 behind on aggregate after quickfire goals from Matthijs de Ligt and Hakim Ziyech put Ajax on the brink in the first half.

However, Lucas gave Tottenham hope with two goals in four minutes approaching the hour-mark and he broke Ajax's hearts after steering home the dramatic winner in stoppage time as Spurs prevailed on away goals.

Chelsea sink Spurs at new home

For all the noise and wall of flags that greeted their arrival, Spurs needed an early goal to feel at ease in their new surroundings.

It was Chelsea, though, who made the breakthrough against the run of play on 23 minutes when Alonso thumped home a superb free kick from 20 metres after Dele Alli had fouled David Luiz.

The shock jolted Spurs who spent much of the game peppering Chelsea's goal, with Harry Kane hitting the post and Christian Eriksen also going close.