Harry Kane reveals his delight at helping Tottenham Hotspur beat local rivals Arsenal.
Harry Kane praised Tottenham's home support after his two goals helped secure a dramatic win over arch rivals Arsenal at White Hart Lane.
Arsenal took the lead 11 minutes into the match on Saturday afternoon, after Mesut Ozil hit the back of the net.
Tottenham kept fighting on and in the 56th minute they drew level as Kane tapped in from close range.
And with four minutes to go, the Tottenham in-form striker headed home the winner. It was a great finish by the 21-year-old - who was handed the-man-of-the-match award after the entertaining match.
“The fans were incredible, the atmosphere was like lightning and I will remember this for the rest of my career,” Kane told BT Sport.
“My first north London derby, and to win the way we did by digging deep, it’s incredible. I probably won’t sleep tonight.”
The triumph moved Pochettino's side above Arsenal in the Premier League table, with Spurs now occupying fourth place.
Arsene Wenger's side, meanwhile, dropped down to sixth place in the table, with only a point behind their local rivals.