Harry Kane wants more goals to clinch Golden Boot

Lynette Rowe
June 1, 2017

Now, after four goals against the former Champions Leicester, you could certainly consider Harry the outstanding favourite.

Son doubled the Spurs lead 10 minutes before the break as he swivelled and volleyed beyond Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel following England midfielder Alli's exquisite scooped pass over Yohan Benalouane.

Safe to say, the biggest talking point this evening in the football Twittersphere is Harry Kane.

The visitors dominated the first forty-five minutes, knocking the ball around the King Power Stadium easily due to a lack of pressure from the Leicester side.

It continued a remarkable campaign for Kane, who is now the front-runner in the Premier League's Golden Boot race - and at the age of 23, there is excitement over his long-term accolades.

Spurs continued to push for more goals in the remaining stages of the first half, but Schmeicel produced two saves in the closing stages.

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Kane struck twice in the first 13 minutes and completed his hat trick midway through the second period, while Dele Alli, Victor Wanyama, Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld were all on target.

"He was injured two times in the season but he is so fresh now and he is trying to score a lot of goals to finish at the top".

Minutes later it was six for Spurs and four for Kane, again finishing into the bottom corner with a fierce effort from the edge of the box.

92nd min: The icing on the cake.

He took ten shots and only scored four times - a bad night for Harry Kane? The 23-year-old blasted a low shot from the edge of the area that seemed to fool Schmeichel as it flew beneath him and into the net, before being granted time and space to produce an nearly identical finish to cap a dominant display.

Kane spoke of his desire to boost his numbers at King Power Stdium and is equally determined to add to his tally on the final day of the season and clinch a second Golden Boot in a row. Nevertheless, it is a good idea not to bet on the result since the price is not a good one. How many would he have gotten without those setbacks - and, the more tantalizing question, would the title race still be on if Kane hadn't missed time through injury? Although he may not win the Golden Boot this year, he'll be going all out to score against Everton and then should feature in the FA Cup final too.

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