Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane has said that his club can have 'no excuses' for their poor start to the 2019-20 campaign.
Spurs have only won two of their eight matches in all competitions this season, and the capital outfit were knocked out of the EFL Cup by League Two side Colchester United on Tuesday night.
Kane has conceded that his team have made a "disappointing" start to the campaign, and the England captain has called for all of the players to start taking responsibility.
"I'd say it's been disappointing, I don't think there's any hiding behind that. To only win two games out of our first seven is not the standards that we've set in previous years," Kane told Sky Sports News.
"Obviously the two draws at [Manchester] City and Arsenal are not terrible results, but being 2-0 up at Arsenal and drawing does feel like a terrible result. We've put ourselves in good positions this season, we just haven't managed to see the game out or find a way to win like we have in previous years.
"We're not inexperienced any more, we're not young any more, the excuses aren't there for us any more. It's down to us players to take responsibility."
Tottenham will attempt to return to winning ways when they host Southampton in the league on Saturday afternoon, before Bayern Munich visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the Champions League next week.body check tags ::