- Harry Kane has been named as the best striker in the world by Chris Sutton
- The England international has been in top form for Tottenham this season
- Jose Mourinho's side are the current league leaders in the English topflight division
Harry Kane is the best striker in the world, according to former Chelsea and England forward Chris Sutton.
The Spurs captain has been inspirational to his team's remarkable form this season as they top the Premier League after nine matches.
The 27-year-old was instrumental in helping Spurs defeat 2-0 Man City in an entertaining league match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Kane received a pass in the midfield with sublime control as he made three touches on the attack before setting up Giovani Le Celso to score Spurs second.
And Sutton believes Kane's show of brilliance under Jose Mourinho ranks him as the best striker in the round leather game.
"Harry Kane is the most complete forward in the world... his performances so far this season have given Tottenham a genuine shot at the Premier League title."
The 1995 Premier League winner with Blackburn believes the north London club have the credentials to become champions of England.
Mourinho's side have beaten top teams like City and a 6-2 demolition on Man United at Old Trafford but lost their only fixture in the league to Everton on matchday 1.
The Lily Whites have another litmus test to their title credentials against their London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in their next game.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tottenham Hotspur moved top of the Premier League as Jose Mourinho inflicted a painful defeat to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
Goals from Heung Min Son and Giovani Lo Celso in either half of the game were enough to ensure Guardiola endured the worst start to a Premier League campaign in his managerial career.
In a game where Manchester City were slight favourites, they found themselves behind as early as the fifth minute when Son tucked home from a through ball by Tanguy Ndombele.
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