A talkSPORT article talks about Harry Kane having two games remaining to become the top scoring player for 2017.
Lionel Messi’s 91 goals in 69 games remains a record for a calendar year, however the article does say currently Barcelona’s main man is on 53 goals, as is Bayerns Robert Lewandowski, PSG’s Edinson Cavani and Real’s Cristiano Ronaldo.
It adds that Cavani and Lewandowski have no more games left in 2017, while Barca and Real Madrid play each other Saturday 23 December at 12pm.
However Kane, though, has Burnley and Southampton standing in his way, so will he leap ahead of the other four on this list, which reads:
•Robert Lewandowski: 53 goals in 55 matches (0.96 goals per game)
•Edinson Cavani: 53 goals in 57 matches (0.93 gpg)
•Lionel Messi: 53 goals in 63 matches (0.84 gpg)
•Cristiano Ronaldo: 53 goals in 59 matches (0.9 gpg)
•Harry Kane: 50 goals in 48 matches (1.04 gpg)
So do we think Harry can score 4 in the next two and secure what would be one amazing achievement considering the amount of time he’s lost to injury
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