Tottenham’s Harry Kane must have enjoyed every minute of his sensational breakthrough season so far, but few weeks will top one where he celebrated an England call-up with a maiden Premier League hat-trick.
It was only on these very pages just a few days before England’s new striker downed Leicester with his three-goal display, that we identified the stonking value in Kane’s 4/1 price to finish the season as the Premier League’s top goalscorer.
He’s now shrunk to 6/4 favourite in the market having nudged one in front of Diego Costa and in the wake of an incredible few days for the 21-year-old, Twitter was in understandably praiseworthy mood.
Here are some of the best tweets:
What better place to start than the man of the moment himself, the retweets just keep on growing.
— Harry Kane (@hkane28) March 21, 2015
Sky Sports do what they do best and tell it like it is.
Harry Kane celebrated his England call-up with a hat-trick for Tottenham. He’s now the Premier League’s top scorer pic.twitter.com/JGW5jj3iro
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) March 22, 2015
Teammate Michel Vorm, who was called into action against Leicester from the bench was one of several Spurs players to pay tribute.
— Michel Vorm (@Vorm_Official) March 21, 2015
Clearly keeping one eye on the rugby, Gary Lineker got a lot of love for his musings in this tweet.
England have scored a try already. I think it may have been Harry Kane.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 21, 2015
Lord Sugar felt compelled to shine a light on Kane’s amazing achievements compared to that of former Spurs hero Gareth Bale.
Harry Kane has now scored two more goals than Gareth Bale (26) managed in his last season with Tottenham.
— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) March 21, 2015
The guys at @Footall_Tweet offer up one of their comical-comparison posts where Danny Welbeck is the latest victim.
Harry Kane has 22 Premier League goals in 40 matches. Danny Welbeck has 30 Premier League goals in 140 matches. pic.twitter.com/5LTtpErFbN
— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) March 21, 2015
Harry Kane hat-trick. https://t.co/wNoFwog4PL
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) March 21, 2015
This Spurs fan from Down Under uses photoshop to show just how much he loves the ‘Hurricane’.
— Bozza (@adelaideYid_AUS) March 22, 2015
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