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18/05/2017 - 21:57 BST

Now Four More Against Hull – Harry Kane On Golden Boot Focus As Spurs Thrash Leicester


Harry Kane says he is now targeting scoring another four goals against Hull City after he hit four this evening to help Tottenham Hotspur thrash Leicester City 6-1 at the King Power Stadium.

Spurs headed into the match with nothing to play for in the Premier League, but it did not show as Heung-Min Son fed Kane in the penalty box on the 25th minute, the striker steering the ball into the net.

Dele Alli then played Son in with a superb little dink into the box for the Korean, who then guided the ball home, making it 2-0 to the visitors in the 36th minute.

Leicester though, who went to three at the back, came out firing in the second half and Ben Chilwell made it 2-1 in the 59th minute, the Foxes taking advantage of Spurs' high line to get in behind.

Spurs made it 3-1 in the 63rd minute though, Kane getting on the end of a header back across goal from Victor Wanyama and heading in from close range.

Son grabbed his second and Spurs' fourth in the 71st minute with an impressive curling shot from outside the penalty area.

Tottenham went route one for their fifth goal, with a long ball from Hugo Lloris eventually finding Kane, who hit a powerful effort from just outside the box.

And Kane scored his fourth in injury time, Ben Davies feeding Kane, who was again on the edge of the box, and drilled his shot into the bottom corner.

Kane is now two goals clear of Romelu Lukaku in the chase for the Golden Boot, with 26 goals to the Everton man's 24 goals and the Spurs striker admits he has been thinking about winning the accolade.

"First and foremost we wanted to come here and win", Kane told Sky Sports after the match.

"Obviously I've been thinking a lot this week about getting on the scoresheet."

The Spurs striker admits he is now firmly in pole position to win the Golden Boot and now wants another four goals against Hull on the final day.

"Now I'm in the driving seat, but I'm not resting on my laurels. Now go to Hull and get four more hopefully.

"I felt good.

"Leicester made it tough for us, coming out in the second half and getting that goal back", he added.