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Tottenham vs Manchester United: Harry Kane confident now Spurs are finally rid of inferiority complex

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Spurs play Manchester United at Wembley this Sunday with a 10-point gap between the two sides in the Premier League table, and heavily backed by pundits and bookmakers.

Harry Kane believes that Tottenham are adjusting to the mental challenge of going into big games as favourites.



Manchester United have been in great form.



“We feel confident against the bigger teams,” Kane said.

“Over the last few years we have turned that around,” said Kane, currently the Premier League’s joint-top scorer with 14 goals.

It’s still a relatively novel sensation for Mauricio Pochettino’s side, but Kane said that while United still had the clear edge in terms of history and trophies, Tottenham now go into these games with the expectation and not simply the hope of winning.

“Man United have an amazing history and have won so many titles, a lot more than Tottenham have,” Kane admitted.
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