Harry Kane has admitted that Tottenham need to turn around their stuttering home form at Wembley
after being held to a 1-1 draw against managerless West Brom on Saturday.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have already drawn at home to Burnley and Swansea so far this season, as well as scraping two 1-0 wins over Crystal Palace and Bournemouth.
West Brom were the latest side to leave Wembley with a surprise result after Salomon Rondon’s early goal was cancelled out by Kane with 16 minutes remaining in the game.
Tottenham were ruthless at White Hart Lane last season, dropping just four points over the course of the campaign, but they have struggled to replicate that form this term at Wembley, while work on their new stadium is completed.
Kane told the club’s website: “We didn’t start well enough, we gave them a head-start at 1-0 and, knowing a team like West Brom, they are then going to drop off and make it difficult for us.
‘That’s exactly what happened. We played much better in the second half but it wasn’t enough in the end.
‘It’s hard to say why there was a slow start but it’s something we’re going to have to work on and try to change because these are games we have to be winning and we’ve dropped too many points here. We have to change that around.”