Many English players are regarded as average, but Harry Kane seems to be different with his impressive numbers. Here My11 take a look at his stats ahead of Tottenham’s Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion.
Kane scored his 200th goal for Spurs on his 300th appearance for the London club, in their 4-1 away win in the UEFA Europa League against Ludogorets Razgrad on Thursday night.
In the last 6 season, Kane has scored at least 24 goals in all competitions, with a career-high of 41 goals in the 2017/2018 season, and he has won the EPL golden boots on 2 different occasions (2015/2016 and 2016/2017).
The 27-year-old striker featured in 300 competitive matches for Tottenham, scoring 200 goals, and provided 56 assists, and he is now 3rd all-time highest goal scorer for Spurs, behind Jimmy Greaves (379 goals) and Bobby Smith (317 goals).
The unfortunate part of Harry Kane’s career is that, despite all his goals, he has not won a single trophy. His best achievement is finishing second in the 2014/2015 Football League cup and UEFA Champions League in 2018/2019.
Do you think Harry Kane is world class?