Alan Shearer sends a message to Tottenham striker Kane, states what worries him
By Amir Mir
Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer has admitted that if Tottenham ace Harry Kane continues to score goals then he might start to “worry” about his record.
Former England captain Shearer is the highest goalscorer in Premier League history, scoring 260 times from 441 matches.
He won the league title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995 and played for his boyhood club Newcastle for the majority of his career.
Kane is also playing for his boyhood club and recently won back-to-back golden boot awards after scoring 29 goals during the course of this season.
The club’s academy product has taken his current overall tally to 78 strikes from 117 matches and Shearer sent Kane this message as he edges towards three figures.
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“Congratulations on another golden boot,” Shearer wrote to Kane on his personal Twitter account. “Keep going and I might start worrying.”
Congratulations on another golden boot. Keep going and I might start worrying! ????????♂️ https://t.co/WFua2Bbskz
— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) May 21, 2017
Mauricio Pochettino’s side beat relegated Hull City 7-1 on Sunday afternoon, with Kane netting a hat-trick for the second time in four days.
He found the back of the net on four occasions away at Leicester on Thursday night as Spurs recorded a comfortable 6-1 win.
The North London club have finished the season as runners-up, with their London rivals Chelsea winning the league title.
In all competitions this term, Kane has struck five hat-tricks against West Brom, Stoke, Leicester and Hull in the league, including three away at Fulham in the FA Cup.
Kane only played three Champions League matches this season because of injury but scored two goals as his side were knocked out of the group stages.
In other Tottenham news, a reliable journalist believes he can see this first-teamer departing in the summer.