Harry Kane’s first historically four-goal haul pushed him to the top of the Premier League scoring chart, as Tottenham assumed control over former EPL champions ( Leicester City ) the King Power Stadium with the England international boosting his odds of finishing as the Premier League’s top scorer.
The 23-year-old, whose goal along with a brace from Korean star Son Heung-min saw this EPL’s runners-up sledge last year champions Leicester 6-1 and hoping Hugo Lloris could likewise win the Golden Glove for the least goals conceded when they round off their league season at relegated Hull City on Sunday.
Kane speaking to Sky Sports he said: “I wanted to get one or two goals at least and take it to the final game,”
“I am in the driving seat but there’s still one more game. I am not resting on my laurels but I hope to get four more.
“Hopefully I can get the Golden Boot and hopefully Hugo Lloris can get the Golden Glove.
“It is disappointing to concede but hopefully we can keep a clean sheet against Hull,” added Kane, who has scored five hat-tricks for his club in just over two years.