Harry Kane says Tottenham are not learning from mistakes

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Harry Kane states when they threw away a 2-0 lead against Olympiakos in the Champions 23, Tottenham have not learned from their errors.
Last season’s beaten finalists were held to a 2-2 draw in Greece despite leading through Kane’s punishment and Lucas Moura finish.
“You can see why the manager is frustrated,” stated England forward Kane.
“He has been here for five years now and we’re still making similar mistakes as we had been the very first calendar year.”
Tottenham conceded a lead on 1 and Kane said the team needed to upgrade.
“We aren’t young any more, we are not inexperienced, we have played in big games for club and country,” he added.
“We have to attempt and find a means to get about it and also improve and make better. That is all we could attempt to perform.”
Disputed his team’s mindset after dropping two points. The next game in Group B of his side is at home to champions Bayern Munich on 1 October.
“In the beginning of this season we are conceding a great deal of chances and lots of targets and we need to change that,” said the Argentine.
“The only way we can change is being more demanding from ourselves. That’s the way we’re likely to approach days that are different and be consistent.
“Training needs to be harder. Psychologically harder.
“I’m very disappointed. In the first half, I still wasn’t pleased with our performance. In the start we had a plan and we didn’t respect the strategy.
“That is what frustrated me and that’s precisely what I told the players at half-time.”
Former Tottenham midfielder Michael Brown added BBC Radio 5 live:”I stated last year that Spurs had done tremendously well but sadly they are just not likely to have the ability to keep up with Liverpool and Manchester City, and that’s still the situation. They are just not in precisely the same level.
“They have got some terrific people but as a group jointly, this keeps happening – they keep slipping up and conceding goals in the wrong moment.
“We’re being critical of Spurs and in which they’ve come from, but they’ve got this new stadium and some good players. Could they keep progressing and not be this selling club?”
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