Harry Kane Scores World-Class Goal While Lying on the Floor during Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City Match in English Premier League (Watch Video)
Harry Kane Scores World Class Goal While Lying On the Floor (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Harry Kane hell-bent the rule of physics with a world-class goal while lying on the ground. The England striker astonished the world with a fantastic finish despite falling over. Kane scored the fantastic goal during Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City match in the English Premier League (EPL) on September 29, 2019 (Saturday). Kane, who was a tremendous scoring record against Leicester, set social media on fire with a totally unconventional yet fantastic finish against Leicester at the King Power Stadium.

Kane scored this astonishing yet world-class goal in the 29th minute of the Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City clash in the Premier League. Kane received a reverse pass from teammate Heung-Min Son just outside the penalty box as Spurs looked to launch a quick counter-attack. But the England striker was fouled from behind by Leicester centre-back Çağlar Söyüncü as he whizzed past three defenders of the home team to get into the Leicester penalty box.

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The 26-year-old forward initially tripped, lost his balance and nearly lost his ground as a result of the foul but did not dive to the turf. Instead, he carried on with the ball and scored an amazing goal just as he fell to the ground. He was already lying on the turf when Kane kicked the ball past Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel to give Tottenham a 1-0 lead in the EPL clash.

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The goal initially seems comical but on closer look, one can gauze the improvisation and adjustment Kane made to shovel the ball into the back despite being literally down on the floor while making the shot. The England international must also be credited for not going down despite being fouled inside the penalty box.

Had he slumped to the turf, Kane could have still received a penalty for the foul. He has recently come under heavy criticism for looking to dive at every opponent touch inside the “D”. But must be praised for his sheer athleticism and presence of mind. The goal was Kane’s 14th goal against Leicester in his 13th game against them across all competitions.