Kane Creates History


The 25-year-old, who was awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list following his contributions to the national side at the World Cup in Russia last year, also equalled the record for the most Premier League goals scored on January 1.

His early strike took him up to a tally of five, drawing him level with fellow leaders Andy Cole and Steven Gerrard.

His effort also takes him up to 15 goals in his last 11 top-flight matches against newly-promoted teams for Tottenham.It seems Harry Kane just can’t stop scoring right now, as the Tottenham Hotspur striker fired another goal in against Cardiff City on New Year’s Day to write a little bit of history.

By opening the scoring against the Bluebirds, the England captain not only started 2019 as he ended 2018, but added another club to the list of Premier League sides he has found the net against.

In fact, Kane’s effort against Neil Warnock’s side now means he has scored against all top-flight opposition he has played against.



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