Harry Kane's shocking stats against Arsenal reveal just how much Tottenham striker is struggling after failed transfer

HARRY KANE'S shocking stats against Arsenal reveal just how much the Tottenham striker is struggling after his failed Manchester City transfer.

The England captain wanted to make the record-breaking move to the Etihad but Daniel Levy ensured his star man would not leave this summer.

And now Kane looks a shell of his former self with zero goals or assists in the Premier League from five matches this season, losing the last three.

Things were pretty bleak for Spurs yesterday as they fell 3-0 down inside 34 minutes at the Emirates and Nuno Espirito Santo blasted his flops for disobeying orders.

But Kane's own individual performance in the 3-1 North London Derby defeat left plenty of fans particularly frustrated.

The striker, 28, mustered just five shots, only one of which hit the target and missed one 'big chance', according to Opta – when he poked wide just after the hour mark.

As well as failing to score, Kane did not create a single chance, register any dribbles or grab an assist.

He managed just 25 touches across the 90 minutes, completed five of his 11 passes – 46 per cent completion – and strayed offside twice.



The Tottenham No10 also lost possession a whopping 11 times and won 20 per cent of his ground duels and 33 per cent of those in the air.

And to top it all off, it was Kane left sliding on his backside as he desperately tried to recover possession but watched on helplessly as Bukayo Saka tucked in Arsenal's third.

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville said: "The big thing for me, you mentioned competitiveness, Harry doesn’t look himself in terms of his body language.

"He doesn’t look happy, he looks like he’s carrying the situation from the summer and he still could’ve had two or three goals and a penalty.

“There’s still a contribution, he’s not himself and neither is Son Heung-min.

"So I’m not singling him out, Son and him look like they’ve had their balloons popped at a party when you were a kid."

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