After Liverpool’s pulsating 3-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Tuesday, the Reds are now just one point and one place behind Spurs in the table.
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In an incredible game at Anfield, it was clear for everyone to see that the two teams really heavily on one player each.
Liverpool look to Daniel Sturridge, while Tottenham Hotspur are almost totally reliant on the goals of Harry Kane at the moment.
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On Tuesday both men were influential as Sturridge won the penalty for Liverpool’s second goal, hit the post with a cheeky back heel and went close on two other occasions, while Kane scored Spurs’ first goal (his 23rd of the season) and set up their second.
With Kane firing on all cylinders and Sturridge just returning from a five-month absence through injury, you have to say the Tottenham men is more deadly at the moment. So much so that it would be a huge surprise if Kane and Sturridge do not line up alongside eachother for the English national team in March.
But here’s the question we are putting to you: who is more important to their team, Sturridge or Kane?
You can vote on that below and feel free to debate this ridiculously difficult question in the comments section. Have at it, and happy voting. This is a tough one.