Tottenham traveled to Leicester City to “put in a good performance and win”, as Harry Kane put it, but they ended up picking up their biggest away victory in the championship since 1989, with their biggest star scoring an impressive four goals, to overtake Romelu Lukaku in the scorers’ list.
Of course I’d been thinking a lot about getting on the scoresheet and it’s the first time I’ve scored four goals in a game. It’s a good moment to do it
Kane told Sky Sports, after securing the ball of the match as a precious souvenir.
I was hoping to get one or two goals at least and then hopefully take it into the next game. But now I’m in the driving seat
the England international said, having left Lukaku two goals behind, with just one game remaining.
There’s still one game left to play so I’m not resting on my laurels. I’ve got to go out against Hull and get four more, hopefully
Kane… warned Hull City. As for Lukaku, his Everton will have a much-much more difficult task against Arsenal, in London, so chances are, Kane will finish the season as top scorer of the league.