HARRY 'HOTSHOT' KANE
Harry Kane is top of the scoring charts on his own once again and when you consider he had 2 goals when returning from injury, Diego Costa (Chelsea) had 9 and Romelu Lukaku (Everton) had 7.
At the age of 23 Kane has hit 68 goals in just 105 games whereas Alan Shearer, who won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers in 1994/95 and was runner-up with Newcastle United in 1996/97, scored 39 goal in 139 games. Luis Suárez scored 69 goals in 110 Premier League games.
Whilst we think the world of Harry Kane, is he still underrated? His statistics stand up against anyone.
The dilemma now is do we wrap him in cotton wool for the FA Cup quarter-final tie against Millwall on Sunday and play Son Heung-min or Vincent Janssen up front to protect him from injury or do we keep playing him. Personally I'd put him on the bench and start with Janssen for the first hour and then take it from there depending upon how we are doing.
The Top Scorers in all Divisions
Billy Sharp(Sheffield United) 26 goals in 35 games in League One
Chris Wood (Leeds United) 22 goals in 34 games in the Championship
John Akindi (Barnet) 21 goals in 35 games in League Two
Harry Kane(Tottenham Hotspur) 19 goals in 22 games in the Premier League
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