- Ludogorets vs Tottenham's Europa League match ended 3-1 in favour of Spurs
- Spurs' captain Harry scored the first goal of the match and his 200th for Tottenham
- Tottenham will be facing West Brom in their next Premier League encounter
England international Harry Kane was in the best form of his life on Thursday night, November 5, as he scored his 200th goal in Spurs' 3-1 win over Ludogorets in the Europa League tie.
Premier League side Tottenham were superb in this encounter with Gareth Bale playing 62nd minutes on the pitch before he was substituted with Steven Bergwijn.
Harry Kane opened the scoring for Tottenham in the 13th minute after receiving a brilliant assist from Moura in which Ludogorets' goalie Plamen Iliev was unable to stop the ball from entering the net.
Lucas Moura netted the second goal for Tottenham in the 13th minutes as the first half ended with the Premier League side leading 2-0.
The hosts pulled one back in the 50th minute through Claudiu Keseru before Giovani Lo Celso netted the winner for Tottenham in the 62nd minute.
Kane has scored 121 goals with his right foot, 44 with his left and 34 with his head, plus one with another part of his body, with 177 of those coming inside the box and 23 from outside.
The 27-year-old English striker has scored 30 penalties but just one direct free-kick.
Meanwhile, Tottenham will be facing West Brom in their next Premier League game in which Harry Kane will want to continue his goal-scoring form.
Jose Mourinho and his wards are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table with 14 points after seven games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Jose Mourinho believes he still has the sparks that made the world to recognize him as the Special One.
The Portuguese gaffer has won the Europa League and Champions League with FC Porto as well as Man United.
His second season at Inter Milan saw him clinch the elite competition for the Nerazzurri who have waited for over 30 years.
Mourinho's spell at Chelsea saw him dethrone United's dominance in the Premier League to win the trophy on three occasions within two stints at Stamford Bridge.
He also won La Liga with Real Madrid as at the time Pep Guardiola dominated Spanish football with Barcelona.
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