Closing in on greatnessFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Tottenham HotspurCopyright: Getty ImagesImage caption: Jimmy Greaves scored a record 265 goals for TottenhamDespite the uncertainty and the lack of silverware, Harry Kane is closing in on Tottenham greatness. The England skipper is one shy of 265 goals for Spurs, which would equal Jimmy Greaves' club record. The 29-year-old is two short of becoming the third player to net 200 Premier League goals, after Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208). Post updateFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Pre-match light show at the Cottage, Freed From Desire pumping out over the speakers. Na nana na na nana naaa.
Premier League: Fulham 0-0 TottenhamGot a TV Licence? You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law. Find out moreLive Reporting Shamoon HafezAll times stated are UKPost updateFulham 0-0 Tottenham"We want Levy out, " sing the Spurs supporters. Loud and clear. Any fans who are actually happy with the owners and board they have? Post updateFulham 0-0 TottenhamFirst bit of action for Hugo Lloris to deal with, making no mistake at claiming a cross. He's made a few howlers this season remember. Post updateFulham 0-0 TottenhamOoooh, a little scare in the first few seconds- for Bernd Leno as Eric Dier's clearance from deep inside his own area sails high into the London sky before dropping down and onto the roof of the net. A hairy moment for Fulham's German goalkeeper.
After all, his contract expires in the summer of 2024. "Conte has never sounded that happy ever since he went to Spurs and it would not be a surprise if he left this summer, " Edwards told the Transfer Gossip Daily podcast. "However, he was brought in to appease Kane and close the gap but I don't think anything from the last 18 months suggests Spurs are any closer to winning trophies. "At best, they will scrape fourth this season and I don't think that will satisfy Kane.
I think it is time for him to leave Spurs. "Small fans’ protest at Tottenham training groundFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Tottenham HotspurCopyright: Getty ImagesAll is not well at Spurs. About 60 Tottenham fans held a protest against club owners ENIC and chairman Daniel Levy at the training ground in Enfield on Saturday.
However, Kane is understood to be committed to Spurs, wants to succeed there and is open to discussing a new contract. Evidently it will have to be right for the 29-year-old but it is only if that doesn’t happen that he will start to look elsewhere. 'It's time for Kane to leave Spurs'Fulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Tottenham HotspurCopyright: Getty ImagesAll is not well at Spurs, part II. Antonio Conte's uncertain future is not the main problem at Spurs - it's what happens with captain and talisman Harry Kane. That's the view of Telegraph journalist Luke Edwards, who views Conte's reticence to sign a new deal at Spurs as a secondary consideration to Kane's future.
KICK-OFFFulham 0-0 TottenhamWe're finally under way at Craven Cottage. Thanks for joining us tonight. Hope we've kept you entertained. Post updateFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Post updateFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)Oh gosh. A delay to the delayed kick-off. Now there's an issue with the referee's technical equipment. Long gone are the days when they ran on to the pitch with whistle in hand and cards in pocket. Post updateFulham v Tottenham (20:15 GMT)And they said Harry Kane was going to be a one-season wonder.