Harry Kane Named Player Of The Month…Again!

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been named the Barclays Premier League Player of the month for the second consecutive month.

The English youngster has found the net 26 times in all competitions so far this campaign and doesn’t look like stopping any time soon. Obviously, the current spell of form that the former Arsenal academy after is enjoying is undoubtedly the reason as to why he has picked up these back to back awards.

This has led the majority of people to believe that the 21-year-old deserves a call up to the England squad in the near future and with the struggle for quality strikers in the England camp, it’s looking more and more likely that Kane will get the call up that he wants.

Without a doubt, Kane has played a huge part in the success that Tottenham have had this year, after he scored a total of three goals in the Capital One Cup which helped Tottenham reach the Final, only to lose to Chelsea 2-0. Kane has also managed to score 16 goals in the league this season, which has helped Tottenham to be placed in a very respectable 6th place, just two points away from the top 4.

The question on everyone’s lips though is, will Tottenham be able to keep hold of Harry Kane come the end of the season? If he carries on the form that he’s currently in, it will surely be a very difficult task. There is some hope for the North Londoners as their star man has been reported to have said that he would like to stay at Spurs for as long as possible and become a legend at the club, following in the footsteps of Teddy Sheringham. However, if a bigger club comes in for him with an empty chequebook, surely both Tottenham and Kane won’t be able to turn it down? Only time will tell.


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