Spurs youngster signs off Millwall loan spell with equaliser against Blackpool

15:45 28 April 2012

Harry Kane scored the equaliser against Blackpool

Harry Kane scored the equaliser against Blackpool

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Championship: Millwall 2 Blackpool 2

Tottenham loanee Harry Kane rounded off his loan spell at Millwall with an equaliser against Blackpool seven minutes from time, with the game finishing 2-2.

The Lions had taken the lead through Andy Keogh’s 12th minute strike but Ian Evatt headed the Tangerines level.

Nouha Dicko gave his side the lead with 19 minutes remaining, firing home from six yards, before Kane found the target late on to rescue a point, his ninth goal since moving to The Den in January.

The result means that Millwall finish one point clear of south London rivals Crystal Palace, finishing the season in 16th place with 57 points.

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