Harry Kane was mocked by Brentford followers who sung “you let your nation down” throughout their conflict with Tottenham within the Premier League on Saturday.
Spurs’ journey to west London marked the return of home soccer following the break for the World Cup, The Solar reported.
And it was Kane’s first look since lacking a penalty in England’s quarter-final defeat to France.
The Three Lions skipper dispatched his first spot kick towards the defending champions, earlier than he fired a second excessive late on within the recreation.
Gareth Southgate’s males went on to lose the match 2-1 as France progressed and went on to lose on penalties to Argentina within the ultimate.
In the meantime, Kane was seeking to put that second behind him as he refocused his consideration in direction of Spurs.
However Brentford supporters cruelly refused to let him neglect his penalty heartbreak as they sung “you let your nation down” at him through the first half.
The Spurs devoted responded by chanting “he’s one among our personal”.
They usually then took intention at Brentford’s talismanic striker Ivan Toney – who’s at present on the centre of a match-betting probe.
The travelling Tottenham contingent might be heard singing “Toney, what’s the percentages?” and “You’re getting sacked within the morning”.
Each Toney and Kane scored within the match – with Brentford going 2-0 up earlier than the Spurs man pulled one again for Antonio Conte’s facet.
And the Lilywhites then accomplished the comeback when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg struck within the 71st minute.
Tottenham returned from the World Cup break in fourth place, three factors above Manchester United however eight adrift of desk toppers Arsenal.
This story first appeared in The Solar and was republished with permission.