Harry Kane Stats and Football Player Profile

Kane started his football career in the Ridgeway Rovers when he was just six years old, even before he joined Arsenal’s youth academy in 2001. After brief spells with his previous team, Rovers and Watford, Tottenham noticed him in 2004; from then, he began to turn into the striker he is today. Kane quickly ascended the club’s ranking, very quickly representing the team at Under-16 and Under-18. 

Then Harry Kane was called up to represent England in the Under-17 category in 2010; he finally made his international debut. He has also played a key role in leading the Under-19 squad to the 2012 UEFA European Under-19 Championship Semi-Finals. Kane then represented his nation at the Under-21 level before making the senior team.

Style of play

Harry Kane is a British professional footballer. He plays as a striker for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and is the captain of the England national team. Kane is considered one of the best forwards because of his spectacular goal-scoring record and link play.

Professional football career

Kane’s career got off to a sluggish start when he joined Arsenal Academy at the age of eight, having played for a spell for a local team, Ridgeway Rovers. After one season, though, he was dropped by the Academy. Arsene Wenger, the former Arsenal coach, made a statement in 2015 expressing his unhappiness with the club’s decision to dismiss Kane. Following his disappointment at Arsenal, he applied to the Tottenham Hotspur F.C. youth academy but was rejected. 

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Kane had to return to Ridgeway Rovers due to a scheduling conflict. Kane was given a six-week trial at Watford Academy when he was 11 years old. During that time, Kane had managed to impress Tottenham scouts. 

Tottenham Hotspur

In the 2014-15 season, Kane solidified his place in Tottenham’s first squad. Kane had a fantastic season, earning him a spot in the PFA team as well as the PFA Player of the Year award. With 21 goals, he was also the division’s leading scorer. With 25 goals the following season, he won the Premier League Golden Boot and helped Tottenham finish third. He scored 29 goals in the 2016-2017 season and was awarded the Golden Boot for the second time, becoming the fifth player. 

He ruled across different championships in Europe in 2017-2018, scoring 56 goals across all competitions to become the continent’s leading scorer. He made history by being the first player in Premier League history to score six hat tricks in a single season. He scored his 100th Premier League goal at the end of the season, making him Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer. (Read our Tottenham betting predictions for Kane’s current team.)

England National Football Team

In 2010, he made his international debut for England’s Under-17 football squad. He has played for England’s ‘Under-19′ squad (2010–2012), Under-20’ team (2013), and then Under-21 team, before he made his senior debut on March 27, 2015, against Lithuania in a ‘UEFA Euro 2016’ qualifying match, in which he also scored.

On June 10, 2017, he captained England against Scotland in a 2018 ‘FIFA World Cup’ qualification match at ‘Hampden Park,’ where he scored a goal and guided England to a 2–2 draw. On October 5 of that year, he scored the game-winning goal in extra time against Slovenia, securing England’s place in the 2018 ‘FIFA World Cup. (Read our England National Team betting predictions )

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Harry Kane Stats

  • Harry Kane appeared in seven UEFA European Championship Finals matches in 2021. They scored four goals with nine shots on target from 14 attempts. Harry 
  • Kane completed 24 passes per match, with a 71 per cent pass completion percentage and 0 assists.
  • Harry Kane has 15 games in the English Premier League season 2021/22. They have scored three goals with 17 shots on target from 28 attempts. 
  • Harry Kane has received three yellow cards and zeroes red cards.
  • The average Infogol Player Rating of Harry Kane in the English Premier League for the 2021/22 season is 7.26.

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