Harry Kane’s round of golf descends into chaos in Australia as Kangaroos struggle just yards from Tottenham star
Harry Kane’s round of golf disrupted by two kangaroos fight Kane Postecoglou’s 29-year-old Kane hit the fairway on Tottenham’s pre-season tour of Australia but his round was disrupted by a fighting pair.
Harry Kane’s round of golf in Australia was disrupted on Wednesday when a fight broke out between a pair of kangaroos just yards from the Tottenham star.
Kane, 29, is on a pre-season tour Down Under with the Spurs squad, with Ange Postecoglou looking to implement his attacking brand of football to propel the north Londoners back up the Premier League table.
The England captain has spoken publicly about his love of golf in the past and after Tottenham’s 3-2 defeat by West Ham in Perth, he took to the course for a relaxing round with team-mates this week.
Yet he was momentarily distracted when two kangaroos clashed in his neighborhood as he lined up a shot on Wednesday.
He posted a clip of himself looking a bit flustered on his Instagram page alongside the caption: Golf. Australia style.’
Harry Kane’s round of golf was interrupted by two fighting kangaroos on Wednesday
Kane played the first 45 minutes of Tottenham’s defeat to their London rivals, with the Englishman’s future still up in the air amid strong interest from German powerhouse Bayern Munich.
He has a year left on his contract but despite the growing uproar over his future, Postecoglou insisted his striker remains committed to the club.
‘There are a lot of people who know Harry better than I do but he won’t be fazed by anything,’ Postecoglou said. ‘He’s here and while he’s here, he’s fully committed to what we’re doing.
‘I saw things this way. In my view, it has zero effect on me. No one spoke to me from Munich. If other clubs want to talk about our contracted players, that’s more of a problem for them than for us.’
Kane’s future is up in the air amid strong interest from German side Bayern Munich
Postcoglu was speaking to Kane for the first time since returning to Tottenham training last week and they sat down for a chat.
‘Just a good chat,’ he said, when asked how it went. ‘Nothing earth-shattering or defining. I introduced myself, and we talked mainly about the club and where he thinks and where he thinks we can improve things.
‘It was more about the collective and what we were doing. Me and Harry are fully united, we want to see a successful team this year.’
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