- Harry kane is just five goals to become the first player to pass the 40 goal mark set by Cristiano Ronaldo
- The England striker has been the most consistent goal scorer in the last three seasons in the Premier League
- Kane has scored 24 goals in the EPL and netted seven in the prestigious Champions League
Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, is five goals away from becoming the first player to pass 40 in an English season since Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008.
Ronaldo, now 33, scored an amazing 42 strikes in 49 games across all competitions in his penultimate season with Manchester United.
Dutch striker, Ruud van Nistelrooy, holds the record for the most goals in English football since the Premier League was introduced with 44 goals in the 2003/04 season.
Kane, 24, is fast closing in on Ronaldo and Nistelrooy after bagging 35 in 36 for Spurs leading to reports he could join Los Blancos in Spain.
The England captain has scored at least 30 Premier League goals in the last three seasons, and the Tottenham forward is poised to set another goal scoring record.
Kane scored the most goals in a calendar year in 2017 with 37, beating Alan Shearer's British record held for many years.
Tottenham's exploit in the Champions League has been hugely influenced by the England striker as he has been in superb form for his team scoring seven goals in six matches.
Kane is currently the leading scorer in the 2017/18 season with 26 strikes and with nine games left to play, the Spurs faithful, has set the pace for others to follow.
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