English Premier League is considered as the most popular football league in the planet and is renowned for producing a lot of star strikers in the history. There are a lot of super forwards currently playing in the top tier competition of the English football. The likes of Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney, Diego Costa, Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Alvaro Morata are now the part of this popular league. So undoubtedly EPL is a highly competitive domestic league for the attackers. But among all these superstars, Harry Kane has been the most consistent goal scorer in the recent years and records talk in this guy’s favour.
The 24 years old forward is the hot cake of the football media due to his form in the recent times. He has been the fear factors for the goal keepers and the defenders in the league. In the 2014-15 season the Chingford born man stood in the second position in the top scorers list with 21 goals finishing just behind Man City’s Argentine sensation Sergio Aguero. But then the king Harry has just kept improving himself. In the very next season he further exceeded his previous number of goals in the league and won the golden boot award by finishing very 1st in the list with 22 goals. His compatriot Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy became second on that occasions with 19 strikes. In the very last campaign, the Spurs’ talisman entered into the history books with no less than 29 strikes beside his name and achieved the golden shoe for the second time in a row. Belgium international Romelu Lukaku finished second with 25.
Now it has been quite a sarcastic fact that the goal machine faces the problem of goal drought during the August and this fact is happening throughout the years but once the August is gone the goal drought turn into goal flood for the prolific number nine. The same thing happened in this ongoing campaign too. Harry didn’t find the net for a single time in all 3 premier league games in the awful August. He remained goal less against New Castle, Chelsea and Burnley. But as the September came, he gets going and registers a brace for the England national team against Malta in the FIFA World Cup qualifier match. Then the 6 feet 2 inch tall attacker scored another brace against Everton on the last Saturday afternoon when his team came head to head with the Toffees at the Goodison Park.