By Jack Gaughan for MailOnline
Published: 14:37 BST, 21 September 2019 | Updated: 16:32 BST, 21 September 2019
The time is now for Harry Kane. He made that abundantly clear following Tottenham's midweek frailties in Athens.
Kane bemoaned the 'similar mistakes' Tottenham continue to make, rightly pointing out that inexperience simply cannot be used as an excuse for failure anymore.
What can be blamed here is the application of VAR, which ultimately did for Spurs at Leicester. They went from 2-0 and cruising to 2-1 down and bruising within the space of 17 minutes. The psychological impact of that decision to disallow Serge Aurier's strike is difficult to legislate for.
Harry Kane scored a brilliant goal to give Spurs the lead at the King Power Stadium
Kane was pushed off balance by Caglar Soyuncu but retained the composure to slot home
Usually it is others around Kane who occasionally flounder that costs this squad dear at crucial moments, but the main source of goals does not. It is nine for the season already for club and country.
And this was some goal, just as we approached the half-hour at the King Power Stadium. Spurs had found themselves under the pump against a radiant Leicester, only for an act of supreme predatory