Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez race for Golden Boot

Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez race for Golden Boot

Tottenham now have three players with 20 or more goals in all competitions this season (Kane, Alli & Son); more than any other club in the Premier League or Football League.

Earlier today, Kane smashed four times as Tottenham once again produced a spectacular performance to sweep aside title holder Leicester City 6-1 in their penultimate League clash at the King Power Stadium.

'He is great, he is one of the best strikers in the world. We have a very exciting project, there's no reasons for Kane to want to leave the club.

He turned provider for Tottenham's fourth goal in the 71st minute by setting up Son to finish coolly past Schmeichel, before grabbing a late double to round off a sensational attacking display.

'I think he deserves a lot of credit about his goals and the performance of the team, ' the Spurs boss said.

The Englishman is quickly becoming one of the best strikers to ever grace the Premier League.

Some will remain sceptical over the situation as ultimately with their competitors able to offer more lucrative deals, with players desperately pushing to win silverware combined with exorbitant transfer fees that may force them to think twice, it could all add up to high-profile departures this summer.

Lukaku has played in 36 or Everton's 37 games, while Kane has missed eight games for Spurs.

On his in-form striker, Pochettino added: 'It is fantastic for him.

Tottenham Hotspur can not compete with their Premier League rivals offering huge wages in the transfer market despite securing a Champions League berth for the upcoming season, manager Mauricio Pochettino has said.

"I wanted to get one or two goals at least and take it to the final game", Kane told Sky Sports after the hammering.

The hammering puts Spurs on 83 points for 2016-17, three more than Leicester managed when they were crowned champions last term.

"I'm sure Lukaku wasn't too happy, but there's one game to go and I'm sure he'll be determined to try to score a hat-trick on Sunday".

Ben Chilwell momentarily sparked hopes of a fightback by making it 2-1, but the Foxes ultimately had no answer to this in-form Tottenham side, who recorded their biggest away win in the Premier League.

"Harry is in good form, we hope he keeps that form for the next few games".

"I have to take some responsibility for that after changing the formation. if you get beat 6-1, there's no positives".

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