Kane bagged a brace at Loftus Road.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane proved to be the match winner once again, as Spurs defeated QPR 2-1 at Loftus Road, moving Tottenham up to sixth in the Premier League, and the striker’s personal tally to 26 already for the season, just three behind the total German legend Jurgen Klinsmann managed in 1994/95, the current record for the club in the Premier League era.
Kane’s current total is also the same number that Gareth Bale managed in all competitions in his final year at White Hart Lane before he moved to Real Madrid for a world record fee.
As usual, Twitter was quick to praise the 21-year-old…
Harry Kane, you’re rocking my world #coys
— Claire Douglass (@Gingahhh810) March 7, 2015
Harry Kane is different gravy man — Lee Chapman (@LeeHChapman) March 7, 2015
Get Harry Kane in the England squad already.
— Callum (@CMcClelland1878) March 7, 2015
king of London #Kane
— Kenny Blaze (@KhennyBlaze_) March 7, 2015
Imagine poch didn’t pick Kane for the first 3 months of the season! We could have been in a much better position if he did — Terry O’Leary (@TerryOLeary4) March 7, 2015
What a player Harry Kane has turned out to be this season for the Spurs. A superb striker and in superb form.
— Abhishek (@Adpurkayastha) March 7, 2015