Spurs have hit the bar or post five times so far this season, all from Kane, with no other side notching more than four
The England man, 24, scored twice in the nervy 3-2 thriller away to West Ham on Saturday.
Harry Kane has now hit the woodwork five times in the Prem this season
Tottenham man Harry Kane struck the post twice against West Ham on Saturday
But Kane could have had a hat-trick after his superb, curling free-kick struck the foot of the post, before hitting the upright again after Joe Hart tipped away his low drive.
It summed up the Spurs man’s season – as Kane has now hit the woodwork FIVE times in the 2017-18 team alone.
So bonkers is Kane’s bad luck that he has now hit the post or bar more times than all other 19 TEAMS in the Premier League.
Tottenham have struck the woodwork five times in 2017-18 so far, all from Kane attempts, while no other team tops four.
Chelsea, West Ham and Manchester United are the next most frustrated teams, all seeing efforts rattle the post or bar four times this term.
Southampton, Liverpool and Brighton have all struck the woodwork three times, to Crystal Palace – still goalless in the league this season – and Bournemouth’s two.
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Tottenham have hit the woodwork more times than any other team this term
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Eight teams have all hit the woodwork just once, while Leicester, Stoke and Watford have failed to do so at all this season.
As well as his double-frustration on Saturday at the London Stadium, Kane struck the bar against Swansea in last week’s 0-0 draw.
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Harry Kane has been left frustrated all too often this season, including in the 0-0 draw against Swansea, when he rattled one against the bar
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