One of these victories was against Liverpool, but that was when the Reds were out of sorts at the start of 2017 and the next best club in this run was Bournemouth (10th).
Kane had scored five minutes before the hour-mark when Son Heung-min cut-back the ball into his path to give Spurs the lead and the Korean then doubled their advantage nine minutes later when he finished off Dele Alli’s dinked through-ball.
England global Kane, who faces Hull on Sunday, told Sky Sports 1: “I’ve been thinking a lot about getting on the scoresheet this week”.
“I’m really happy for H and I scored two goals, as well”. If I could have another season like this then hopefully I can get there.
“I’m proud of the fact that even though I’ve had two injuries this year and have been out for 11 weeks, I’m still up there at the top of the Premier League chart”, said Kane.
Son, who joined Tottenham from Leverkusen in 2015, has amassed 29 goals in 86 matches over two seasons, while Park, who hung up his boots in 2014, had 27 goals in 230 matches over eight seasons in the EPL.
Mauricio Pochettino says he sees no reason for striker, Harry Kane to leave White Hart Lane in the transfer window. He will have another opportunity to score more against Hull. “Because I think this group of players deserve to win something”.
“Our attitude and internal motivation was good”.
Though Chelsea wrapped up the title last week, Spurs still impressed, claiming their 25th win in the league this season.
‘It is going to be a lively game.
“It’s a big decision I think for Daniel Levy and the club”.
‘During the whole season we’e been talking about improving and learning and this type of performance shows that the team is improving and has learned a lot from last season‘.
Kane has scored three goals in six appearances against Hull in all competitions, but did not score in the teams’ meeting earlier this season.
The defeat, Leicester’s 18th of a miserable title defence, saw them miss out on the chance to draw level on points with eighth-place Southampton and did little to enhance manager Craig Shakespeare’s chances of holding on to the job for next term. “We are building a very exciting project”. They looked like scoring every time.
“There are no positives”.
He ravaged Leicester in the 6-1 drubbing on Thursday night and Pochettino reckons Strachan should be having sleepless nights ahead of the Battle of Britain showdown.