Joe Hart amazed by Tottenham “shark” who’s levels have improved
Joe Hart has claimed that Tottenham’s Harry Kane ranks alongside the best players he’s worked with in his career, adding that he’s taken his game to new levels this season.
Kane, who earns £200,000-a-week (Spotrac), has added top class creativity to go alongside his natural goalscoring.
The Spurs centre-forward finished the season with 33 goals in 49 games across all competitions. However, his return of 17 assists is one that really stands out.
Despite widespread speculation about his future, he’ll now be focused on captaining England in this summer’s Euro 2020 competition.
The 27-year-old was the Golden Boot winner during the last World Cup, and deserves to be in the conversation when discussing the very best players in world football.
Spurs goalkeeper Hart, who was part of a talented Man City group during his time at the Etihad Stadium, put current teammate Kane in the same company as the best he’s played with.
He’s described him as a “shark” when it comes to his clinical finishing.
“Harry Kane’s levels have just improved. I’ve known him a long time now. I feel he’s really at the peak of his powers now. I’ve been around a lot of good players, and he’s right up there. He’s a shark. He doesn’t miss. Any angle, any style, any kind of goal he can score,” Hart said.
Harry Kane’s levels just keep soaring
Nobody saw Kane adding an extra layer to his game in terms of his assist making, but it just goes to show he’s got a huge football brain and that he’s still willing to learn.
He finished the Premier League campaign as the top scorer and top assist maker, albeit his team only finished seventh in the division standings.
The forward is capable of scoring all types of goals. He’s ruthless finishing off either feet usually with great power, while in the air he’s clinical as well.
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