Marsh and more: Twitter reacts to Kane’s Tottenham goal

Harry Kane ends his Premier League goal drought with Tottenham's third against Manchester City

Harry Kane ended his Premier League goal drought with Tottenham Hotspur’s third goal against Manchester City on Saturday.

The England international had failed to score in his previous six Premier League games this season despite finding the net twice during the international break.

But Kane dispatched a close-range finish using some superb technique after Christian Eriksen’s free-kick rebounded into the Spurs striker’s path to put the home side into a 3-1 lead.

Here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, to Kane’s first Premier League goal of the season.

Former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba congratulates Kane on his instinctive finish:

And ex-City winger Vladimir Weiss can only tweet and applause after the Tottenham striker’s impressive goal:

Retired City playmaker Rodney Marsh is really impressed with Kane’s technique for the north London side’s third goal:

Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner has a message for Kane’s critics:

Finally, former West Ham striker Don Hutchinson hails Eriksen’s free-kick which led to Kane’s goal:

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