Spurs striker Harry Kane may be a prolific goalscorer but when it comes to goal celebrations then he is most definitely bottom of the pile.
Kane was at his goalscoring best again on Sunday, netting his 18th and 19th goals of the season as Mauricio Pochettino’s men defeated Everton 3-2 at White Hart Lane.
His first goal was a stunning long-range effort – hit from fully 25 yards out – but rather than discuss the quality of the strike, fans were more interested in analysing his horrendous secret handshake celebration with Dele Alli.
Take a look at this:
Harry Kane and Dele Alli handshake pic.twitter.com/h6sDmo6xP4
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Fans were not happy.
Harry Kane ruined a very good goal with that embarrassing handshake with Dele Alli
— Bruno Jeffery (@brunojeffery) March 5, 2017
Such a good goal from Harry Kane, then completely undone by that awful cringe worthy handshake with Dele Alli. Horrible stuff #supersunday
— Joey Holmes (@JOEY_HOLMES) March 5, 2017
I used to like Harry Kane till I seen that handshake
— Brian Gallagher (@briangall92) March 5, 2017
While others just made fun of it.
Harry Kane & Delle Ali handshake pic.twitter.com/UAJugD3XE9
— De Gea's Sugar Mama (@Lizutd) March 5, 2017
3 – Harry Kane & Dele Alli will leave the ground 3 hours after everyone else as they've got to practice their special handshake. Fwiends.
— OptaJoke (@OptaJoke) March 5, 2017
That handshake from Dele Alli and Harry Kane pic.twitter.com/TnVcYIwB7G
— Dante (@DanteClarke95) March 5, 2017
Sky Sports analysts Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness tried to reproduce it.
WARNING: Souness & Redknapp doing Harry Kane & Dele Alli's handshake. ? pic.twitter.com/R6eFRfrQg5
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Others called for more drastic action.
Dele Allí and Harry Kane should both be banned for 2 games after that ridiculous handshake celebration.
— Kevin Gimenez (@KevNGxx) March 5, 2017
Despite the criticism, Kane said he and Alli plan to continue with their cringe worthy celebration.
”We scored a few goals earlier in the season and we thought we’d come up with a little celebration,” Kane told Sky.
“It seems to be going alright, we’ve scored a few goals since so I think we’ll stick with it,” he added.
No, Harry. Take it from us. It’s not alright!