- Tottenham suffered a disappointing 3-1 home loss to Brentford in their final home fixture of the season.
- Harry Kane scored his 30th goal of the season to give Spurs an early lead.
- Brentford turned the game around in the second half, with Bryan Mbeumo scoring twice and Yoane Wissa adding a late goal.
Following Tottenham’s disappointing 3-1 home loss to Brentford, interim manager Ryan Mason downplayed concerns about the future of vice-captain Harry Kane.
Kane scored his 30th goal of the season to give Spurs an early lead, but Brentford turned the game around with Bryan Mbeumo scoring twice and Yoane Wissa adding a late goal.
Harry Kane acknowledge
Despite the defeat, Tottenham’s 14th of a challenging season, the players still did a lap of honor in front of a mostly empty stadium.
Kane acknowledged the remaining fans by waving to them, but there is lingering uncertainty about his future as he has only one more year left on his contract with the club.
However, Mason reassured the media, saying, “He waves at the crowd every season. I remember sitting here two years ago, and you guys were convinced he was leaving, saying the same thing. It’s the last home game of the season, so he wants to show his appreciation to the support he’s received, and we’ve all received this season.”