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    Brief Introduction of Harry Kane


    Harry Edward Kane (born July 28, 1993) is a professional footballer from England who currently plays as a striker for Tottenham Hotspur (Harry Kane jersey number:#10) in the Premier League, as well as the England national team (England Harry Kane jersey:#9) as a captain. Kane rose to prominence in England and has continued to dazzle fans with his impeccable skills and wondrous style of play.


    Harry Kane Soccer Career and Accomplishments

    The Tottenham Hotspur Years


    In 2009/10, Kane scored 18 goals in 22 appearances for Tottenham's Under-18s which secured him a place on the bench for a League Cup and FA Cup game in the same season, although he did not play any minutes.


    After signing a professional contract with Spurs, Kane was loaned out in January 2011 to Leyton Orient, where he remained for the rest of the season. He finished the League One campaign with five goals from 18 games.


    In August 2011, he made his first Tottenham start in a UEFA Europa League second-leg tie against Hearts. Despite not scoring, Kane did win a penalty. Kane made another five European appearances, scoring his first goal against Shamrock Rovers in December.


    Kane, alongside Ryan Mason, were loaned out for the rest of the season to Millwall. He was named Young Player of the Year at the club after scoring nine goals in 27 appearances.



    Kane experienced more playing time at Spurs in 2013/14. Under Sherwood's tenure, Kane gained more exposure with the first team and scored his first goal of the season in a League Cup game against Hull City.


    In April, Kane started his first Premier League game and scored during a 5-1 win over Sunderland.

    International Career

    Kane made his England debut in 2015 and scored his first international goal against Lithuania in a Euro 2016 qualifier.

    Kane was named captain ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. England reached the semi-finals of the tournament and were knocked out by Croatia, who defeated them 2-1 in extra time.

    Gareth Southgate's team finished fourth in the tournament after defeat to Belgium in the third placed play-off tie. Kane won the World Cup 2018 Golden Boot with six goals.


    In November of 2018 Kane scored a vital 85th minute goal against Croatia to lead England to the semi-finals of the Nations League, where they were eliminated by Holland. Kane helped England secure Euro 2020 qualification, scoring in every game of the qualifying campaign. He netted 12 times, equalling the most goals by an Englishman in a year.


    In England's semi-final clash against Denmark, Kane stepped up to take a penalty in extra time with the scores locked at 1-1. His initial shot was saved but he pounced on Kasper Schmeichel's spilled save to score and send England through to their first international final since 1966.


    In the Euro 2020 final against Italy, despite his good goal scoring form in the games prior, Kane was unable to find the net in 120 minutes of play as the game went to penalties after finishing 1-1.



    Can Harry Kane get any better than he is? England would be overjoyed if that happens because the Spurs forward is already the best English forward in the game today. This is a lad with a nose for goal, an eye for the pass and packing a canon in his legs. You can find Harry Kane Tottenham jersey and Harry Kane England jersey at Soccerdealshop now! Every Tottenham supporter and England supporter can find their fit of Harry Kane jersey or shirts in home and away styles so you're decked out for the next match. Browse the wide range of Harry Kane jersey England and Harry Kane jersey Tottenham here