‘I’m sure he’ll be watching’: Tottenham star Harry Kane makes honest admission about Alan Shearer’s feeling
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Kane, still only 29, insists he still has a lot of goals in him to come but was not sure how Shearer would take it if he were to break his long-standing record.
He told reporters after the game: “I saw Alan earlier in the week. I’m sure he’ll be watching but not sure if he’ll be happy or not! I’ve got plenty of goals to come, I’m feeling good.
“Alan has set the record to beat. I’ll see if I can beat it.”
Kane’s rise to the top is an inspiring story of grit, hard work and determination as he was sent out for several loan spells before finally finding his feet in north London.
There were many who still doubted his ability and even when he did start scoring with some labelling him as a ‘one-season wonder’, but Kane has evolved and is one one of the world’s best strikers at the moment.
His strike against Manchester City also now has earned a seat as one of Premier League’s club 200 members alongside England stalwarts Shearer and Rooney.