5 Goals in Last 4 League Games
To Tottenham Hotspur fan’s Harry Kane’s one of their own and for many other club fans, maybe with the exception of Arsenal, he’s also one of our own. What is there not to like about Kane who, with 5 goals in his last 4 Barclays Premier League matches, is now favourite to win the Golden Boot again which he won twice in the last 3 seasons. In 2015/16 he won with 25 goals. The following season he took it with 29 goals. Last season, despite upping his goal tally again to 30, Mo Salah piped him at the post with 32.
30+ Goals This Season a Good Bet
Kane, despite suffering at the start of this season with a bit of post World Cup fatigue, did manage to break his August duck. He managed goals at Newcastle United and Manchester United and now sits at the top of the Golden Boot table on 14 goals with Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Bearing in mind that Kane’s broken his goal tally record in each of the past 3 seasons hitting 30 + goals this season must be a good bet.
Sir Harry Kane?
Kane, who received an MBE in the Queen’s 2019 New Years Honours List, remains an absolute role model for any youngsters to follow. He’s Spurs Guv’nor but you will never hear him crowing about it. He’s also a silent assassin and lethal in and outside the box. Other players might have more natural skills but he’s mixed dedication, discipline, and desire to develop a Harry Kane unique brand that all teams need. This July Kane will be 26. By the time he’s 30, with a few more seasons of 30 + goals and a successful 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he could be celebrating more honours with a Sir added to his name.
At the age of 17 Marc started working for the local Echo in Southampton and even made the sports pages himself when selected for Hampshire youth. But a serious back injury, sustained after a car crash on his way back from a party from Bournemouth, put paid to his sporting career. So now he writes about it.