This isn’t a less legendary moment when Harry Kane scored with his left foot, right foot and his head on Tuesday against Apoel Nicosia. And to this Glenn Hoddle; the White Hart Lane legend thinks that Harry can be the greatest striker of Tottenham.

While playing against and trying to beat Apoel Nicosia this season, Harry established a hat-trick. It’s great to know that the 24 years has come up with scoring six trebles in this year and awesome 11 goals in 7 games this month.

When interviewed by BT Sport the star player said, “It’s great praise. I’ve just got to keep doing what I’m doing.”

Glenn Hoodle who served as a midfielder played 490 times between mid 1970s to 1980s for Spurs and made 110 goals before joining the club as a manager in the year 2001.

Kane has so far made 108 goals in 173 games and 158 behind the club’s record scorer Jimmy Greaves.

Besides Kane, Bobby Smith is the only player to make more than 200 goals (208 goals) by playing for north London club but then we have Martin Chivers’ 174 goals bringing him third in the list.

When compared to the group of players like Jermain Defoe, Teddy Sheringham and Robbie Keane, Kane is far off but when compared to former English striker like Gary Lineker and German World Cup winner Jurgen Klinsmann, Kane is a big name now in the list and is ahead of these star players.

In a joking spirit Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said earlier this week that he is “in love” with Kane after his fabulous hat-trick and he said that the player has unbelievable striking talent when we talk about goals.

The Argentine expressed that, “He is something special – a killer. It is a special skill”

Kane started playing for Tottenham in the year 2011 and ever since had scored at least 20 goals in each of the past three Premier League seasons consisting 29 goals in 30 games last term.

At this we got to believe that Kane really got a promising career ahead of him and he seriously can be the greatest striker.

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