Tottenham Hotspurs’ deadly forward Harry Kane is the new king of goal in Premier League as the English striker compensate Spur’s title failure bagging the 2016/17 EPL golden boot award.
On the off chance that any player wins consecutive golden boots they have earned it, with Harry Kane doing just that. Eventually, his hat-trick against relegated Hull City were insignificant in the battle against Romelu Lukaku for the individual honour, yet they implied he had seven goals in two games and 29 in 30, underlining his place as the Premier League’s best striker.
Kane won the Golden Boot – his second progressive award – while he scored 35 in all competition, the Tottenham striker is the 6th player to score a hat-trick in successive Premier League games and the first since Wayne Rooney did it in 2011.
The 26-year-old has now scored more than 20 Premier League goals in each of his three full seasons with Tottenham. His current run of form has demonstrated that there can be no inquiries over his craving or capacity to score, notwithstanding when Spur’s results make little difference to the table.
Furthermore, much greater is that his second hat-trick against Hull city was the fifth time in 2017 he has scored no less than three in one game. Kane didn’t start scoring until September and he did miss seven weeks of the season.