Three Implications of Harry Kane’s Form (Performance) in recent weeks.

The center forward has been a handful for opposing defenders this season ranging from the FA Cup, Premier League to the more illustrations Champions League stage (UEFA).

He has performed pretty well against top sides like Manchester United, Arsenal and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side as he scored from the Penalty spot to reach a centurion number of (100 goals) of strike.

With his superlative form, it is arguably to arrive at three conclusions most especially with his superb outing against Champions League sides like Juventus and Real Madrid.

On this note, we evaluate three implications of Harry Kane’s decent performance in recent weeks just as he did score against modest side Crystal Palace.

Kane Is World Class

For me, that is what his performance simply suggests as the English forward has made his mark repeatedly in all competition for London side Tottenham Hotspur.

This has attracted some interest from top sides as Real Madrid were rumoured to be interested in his signature sometimes in the season.

Kane got the crucial goal though from the spot as Spurs held Liverpool to a pulsating 2-2 draw at Anfield, a venue where League leaders Manchester City lost the three points and their unbeaten run in the season.

Kane is world class and there is no doubt about that as he continues his fine form in the season with more goals to his name.

Price of Consistency

The talented forward has proven time and time again that he is a threat to any opposition as he scored against top sides like Real Madrid and Arsenal.

Kane’s goal was the vital intrigue at Selhurst Park as he scored a late goal to clinch the win for his side in the closing stages of the match.

How important can that be as he did well to seal a massive three point for Spurs and Mauricio Pochettino as London rival Chelsea continues to breathe down their neck in the wake of Champions League football next season for a 4th place finish?

Golden Boot Possibilities

The English forward will be one of the probable’s (if not even the favourite) to win the EPL golden boot as he added another goal to his tally.

His performances have also offered hope to the Three Lions set-up along the line with the World Cup to come in the summer.

This (winning) goal against Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace side brought Harry Kane’s strike to 24goals in the Premier League as the likes of Mohamed Salah and possibly Romelu Lukaku vies for the top scorer award within touching distance.

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