Harry Kane will 'seriously injure someone' if he carries on 'trademark' collisions like with Gabriel during derby

HARRY KANE is going to “seriously injure someone” by colliding with players jumping to head the ball.

That’s the view of Everton and Wales legend Kevin Ratcliffe after watching the Spurs striker pull off another of his ‘trademark’ actions in the North London Derby.

Kane has been caught on three occasions colliding with players in the air this season alone in an attempt to win a foul, and with two of them he succeeded.

The first was on Aaron Cresswell against West Ham, before doing the same move on Brighton’s Adam Lallana and Arsenal’s Gabriel.

Fans have pointed out that before every move, Kane eyes up the player before darting towards them.

And Ratcliffe believes it will not be long before Kane’s actions that see him win so many fouls in the Premier League could backfire.

He tweeted: “Dangerous from Harry Kane (again) leans into players when they’re in the air !!!

“He needs to stop this before he seriously injures someone.”

When one fan tried to defend Kane on social media for simply standing his ground, Ratcliffe responded: “It is no coincidence that he has done it numerous times!”

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