Harry Kane sends message to Tottenham fans after win against Everton
By Amir Mir
Harry Kane has stated that there are “not many better feelings” when describing how he felt scoring two goals for Tottenham during their 3-2 win against Everton on Sunday afternoon.
The England international has been in red hot form of late, scoring a hat-trick during his previous league outing against Stoke and now netting a brace.
Kane’s goals added with Dele Alli’s late stoppage-time strike helped his team secure a valuable three points in their race to finish in a Champions League spot.
This was Kane’s reaction after the game against the Toffees as he was clearly delighted with the win and three points.
“There is not many better feelings,” Kane wrote on his personal Twitter account.
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— Harry Kane (@HKane) March 5, 2017
At this moment in time, Kane is leading the race to win the golden boot at the end of the season in the English top flight, having already claimed the prize last term.
He netted 25 goals during the previous campaign, helping his side finish third in the table and secure a valuable Champions League spot.
Now, the Spurs academy graduate is on 19 goals with 11 games of the season remaining, though he did miss a number of games earlier on in the campaign because of injury.
As a result, he is well on course to break the 20-goal barrier once again and even possibly score 30 league goals for the season.
Kane’s next league encounter will be a home tie against Southampton on March 19, but before that Mauricio Pochettino’s side will welcome Millwall to White Hart Lane next Sunday for an FA Cup clash.
In other Tottenham news, Ray Parlour has made this hilarious claim about this Spurs senior man.