Video: Dele Alli and Harry Kane Should Leave Commentating to the Professionals

Video: Dele Alli and Harry Kane Should Leave Commentating to the Professionals

Tottenham duo Dele Alli and Harry Kane have given commentators plenty to shout about this season, as the pair played an instrumental role in the club’s title challenge.

And now the England internationals have tried their hands at being on the opposite side of the mic, as they provided commentary for some classic Tottenham goals.

As you’d expect Alli and Kane saved most of the praise for the goals they scored themselves, however, they also pick out an Eric Dier strike against Manchester City and Danny Rose’s memorable goal against Arsenal.

Needless to say, we think Martin Tyler and Alan Smith’s jobs are both safe for the time being…

Although you could easily accuse Kane of trying to channel his inner-Gary Neville here:


Kane has scored 27 goals in all competitions this season, while Alli has notched an equally impressive 22 from midfield.

And while Mauricio Pochettino’s side seem destined to fall just short of Chelsea in the race for the Premier League title, the future is definitely looking bright for Spurs with these two in the team.

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