Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane may be facing a spell out through injury, but at least he will have another award to help warm his soul.
Kane has been voted the 2018 England Men’s Player of the Year, after enjoying a stand out campaign for his country.
Harry helped England to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, before being named captain just before the tournament by boss Gareth Southgate.
Harry Kane did not take the pressure or honour of the armband lightly, as he led his side to their best World Cup finish in 28 years, finally falling at the semi-finals.
Kane scored six goals across the tournament, finishing as the top goal scorer and scooping the Golden Boot award, the first English man to win it since Gary Lineker.
Harry finished the year by leading his country to yet another semi-final, this time in the UEFA Nations League, to be played in the summer.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 18 January 2019
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