Harry Kane has been hailed as an “all-round great striker” by Southampton striker Che Adams.
The Tottenham striker has been in fine form again this season, scoring 33 goals in 53 appearances for club and country, including 21 in the Premier League as he leads the way in the race for the golden boot.
That is despite missing a few games with injury this season, with his 21 goals in the top flight coming in 31 matches so far this season.
He also leads the way with 13 assists in the Premier League, with Kane’s combination with Son Heung-min proving important for Tottenham this season.
And his quality in front of goal, both as a provider and a finisher, is something that is admired by his team-mates, fans, pundits and opponents alike.
Indeed, Adams has been waxing-lyrical about the Tottenham striker on the Premier League YouTube channel, naming Kane as the player he would choose for his shooting when building his FIFA Ultimate team card.
“I’d say someone like Harry Kane. Every time he gets a chance outside of the box you know he’s hitting the target or it’s going in,” Adams said.
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“He’s a top, top player that’s been doing it for years now in the Premier League and he’s got to be up there.
“As a striker you have to look at these players and what they’re doing and how they’re doing it. A couple of years ago he was just an out and out goalscorer, but now he’s dropped further back and he can play those passes and now he’s just an all-round great striker.”
Kane will have another chance to add to his tally tomorrow when Tottenham travel to face Leeds United at Elland Road, with Spurs still harbouring hopes of a top four finish in the Premier League season, and needing a win to close the gap on the teams above them.