Kane nets four as Spurs rout Leicester

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The England global is in line to collect his second Golden Boot in a row and is only the fifth player since the Premier League began to score 25 or more goals in successive seasons, following in the footsteps of Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Robin van Persie.

Not bad in just over three seasons and especially considering he's missed big parts of this campaign with an ankle injury.

"He is great, he is one of the best strikers in the world", said the Argentine.

"It is the first time in my professional career that I've scored four, there has been a bit of build-up in the race for the golden boot and I wanted at least one or two to put the pressure on but to get four is awesome".

Harry Kane says he is proud to have passed the 30-goal mark again and to be leading the Premier League goalscoring chart despite missing 13 matches in all competitions this season.

"Harry is in good form, we hope he keeps that form for the next few games".

"It is very clear we will keep the players we want to keep", Pochettino said. It's possible things can happen in the summer but we are so calm about our key players.

Pochettino has been highly impressed by the progress and consistency of his forward, who led the way with 25 top-flight goals last term and has scored 70 goals in his last 90 league outings. "The team worked so hard in the last pre-season to try to first of all settle the principles and play how we play".

Leicester, who are yet to make a decision on manager Craig Shakespeare's future, played their part in an entertaining game. - Kane has now scored more club goals (all comps) against Leicester than any other side (10).

Leicester was on the back foot instantly when Son shot over before Jamie Vardy fired straight at Lloris.

Kane opened the scoring before Son Heung-min added a second before the break. With Fuchs trailing behind, Son teed up Kane to sweep in from six yards.

It was nearly two with their next attack as Alli saw his header from a Ben Davies cross well-saved by Kasper Schmeichel.

The away side were utterly dominant in the first-half but somehow could not find the target for a second time despite bossing possession and camping in the Foxes' half.

Kane headed in from point-blank range after more neat work from Son and the South Korean grabbed his own double in the 71st.

It was no more than the 24-year-old deserved as neat footwork gave him space on the edge of the box and he curled low beyond Schmeichel. It is the first time I've scored four goals in my professional career.

Mauricio Pochettino insists that he is not concerned about the prospect of a so-called "bigger club" swooping to sign Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane in the future.

"I think the pressure was down, we enjoyed the night".



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