London World have revealed that Harry Kane will officially become the most prolific Boxing Day goalscorer in the history of the Premier League if he finds the back of the net against Brentford.
Although Kane was not involved in Tottenham’s friendly against Nice on Wednesday, the striker has been training at Hotspur Way for the past few days and could start in Monday’s clash against the Bees.
The England captain will hope to find the back of the net for the 13th time in the Premier League this season so that he can put the heartbreak of his penalty miss against France behind him.
Football World have now revealed that the 29-year-old has a chance to break another record on Monday. It is explained that if the striker does score at the Brentford Community Stadium, he will have the most goals in Boxing Day history.
As things stand, Kane has scored nine times on December 26 – a record he shares with Robbie Fowler, and a goal against Thomas Frank’s men will see him become the first player to move into double digits.
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Kane’s form this season has gone a bit under the radar owing to Haaland’s exploits but the Tottenham man has arguably been one of the best players in the Premier League.
Even though the World Cup ended in heartbreak for the 29-year-old, he still delivered sublime performances in Qatar. So, there is no reason to think that he will not continue from where he left off and find the back of the net on Monday.
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