Spurs pair rank in top ten for most trolled players in Premier League

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is reported be one of the most trolled Premier League footballers on social media.

A report by Compare Net found that the England skipper ranked fourth for the most negative tweets directed at him between the period of 6th August to 15th September with 21.4 per cent.

Ahead of Kane were Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford in first place with 28.5 per cent of negative tweets, while the City pair of Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus came in with 24.7 per cent and 22 per cent respectively.

Kane’s Tottenham team-mate Dele Alli took fifth position with 20.9 per cent of negativity aimed towards him.

Sadly, Kane has not just had to endure criticism and mockery in the past from supporters but has also experienced instances of trolling from other footballers.

Liverpool winger Harvey Elliott was banned for 14 days by the Football Association for an offensive video in which he mocked Kane by impersonating him and using derogatory language (talkSPORT).

Maccabi Haifa player Mohammad Abu Fani posted a short video clip that quickly went viral, in which he shouted: ”Harry Kane on my c**k.” which forced the Israeli club to apologise for his actions (Sky Sports).

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