Harry Kane has scored three hat-tricks in the last six weeks (which must be a record in itself) and scored two more in Spur’s 3-2 win over Evertn. and grabbed a brace in Spurs’ 3-2 win against Everton.He now has 24 goals this season and looks good to beat his own record of 31 from the 2014/15 campaign.
The brace against Everton made it 14 goals at White Hart Lane this season and that’s now a Premier League record for Spurs.
Starting from 2014-15, Kane’s breakthrough season in which he scored 32 goals in 56 matches for club and country, no player has scored more Premier League goals. His 65 is enough to beat Sergio Aguero (62), Diego Costa (48) and Alexis Sanchez (46).
His 14 goals in all competitions so far in 2017 make him the deadliest striker in European football behind Lionel Messi, surpassing Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette on 12 and two ahead of PSG’s Edinson Cavani, Roma’s Edin Dzeko and Barcelona’s Luis Suarez (11).
Take a bow Harry.
Highlights of the Everton game.