Harry Kane reveals what he did with Golden Boot and Playmaker awards

Harry Kane
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Harry Kane revealed through his latest social media post that he took the Golden Boot and Playmaker awards with him on holiday. 

Kane finished the season with 23 goals and 14 assists in the Premier League and a whopping 50 goal contributions (33 goals and 18 assists) in all competitions.

The England captain won the Premier League Golden Boot award for the third time in his career and became just the second player in the league’s history to finish with the most assists and goals in a season after Andy Cole in 1993-94.

The fact that he achieved this feat while playing for a struggling Spurs side who finished seventh in the table makes the striker’s achievement particularly impressive. 

Kane has admitted that while it is always a nice feeling to win individual accolades, it is team trophies that he is after. 

However, that does not mean that the striker is not hungry to break individual records and add to his Golden Boot collection.

The Tottenham star has seemingly decided that he would miss his awards too much if he left them back home while he went on holiday.

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