Harry Kane got himself on the scoresheet last night to get him within four goals of Mo Salah at the top of the Premier League scoring charts. He now has 37 in all competitions; his highest in a single campaign.
After the 2-0 win against Watford, Harry took to Twitter to state he wants the team to finish the season on a high note:
— Harry Kane (@HKane) April 30, 2018
Fans on Twitter were quick to echo our no.10’s comments:
On another day you could have had 2 or 3 but great to see you back on the scoresheet Harry. ???? #OneOfOurOwn
— Barstool Spurs (@BarstoolSpurs) April 30, 2018
Considering you were meant to be out for the World Cup, you aren’t doing too bad H! Hopefully u bang in a few more before the season is out! Keep up the amazing work, hope you can do it for England too! Finish strong ???? #COYS ????
— ????XBOSS???? (@xbossofxbox) April 30, 2018
— TheGenius (@TheMacBoy_) April 30, 2018
Congratulations on marking the 150 pl appearance with a goal tonight ????????????????
— Ashish Patel (@Ashishpatel1972) April 30, 2018
Well done Harry. We are all behind you.
— Hassan Radwan (@abdulazizbulbul) April 30, 2018
Back with a goal Harry. Been a tough couple of weeks, but you got the goal that gave us that breathing space. Keep going! #COYS
— Harry Hotspur (@HarryHotspurWHL) April 30, 2018
Best striker in the world. Standard.
— Haaris Ahmed (@ManLikeHaaris) April 30, 2018
Well done Harry good win
— Alan Vickery (@AlanVickery6) May 1, 2018
— Official_teezhie (@OTeezhie) May 1, 2018
Normal service resumed! #COYS
— Nick Gorman Academy (@NGacademy) May 1, 2018
The 24-year-old is still clearly not back to his best since sustaining that ankle injury. It has been quite clear that he rushed himself back too quickly from the treatment table, but he is gradually getting back to his level.
The composed sidefooted finish from a pinpoint accurate cross from Kieran Trippier showed a great deal of confidence, although there were other opportunities he could have done better with.
Harry’s goal sewed up a relatively comfortable win over the Hornets, although it certainly wasn’t the best team performance you will ever see.