Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur won the Premier League’s Player of the Month title for the month of February. Making it two months in a row that the striker has won the honour. After earning it for the month of January. Kane joins Cristiano Ronaldo. Dennis Bergkamp, and Robbie Fowler as the fourth player to win Player of the Month honours consecutively.
But if he wins it for the month of March, the Englishman might go down in history. As the first player to win it three times in a row.
Making history would be a really special thing. I have scored a few goals this month, obviously,” Kane told Sky Sports News.
Player of the Month February 2015 Harry Kane
“I’m looking forward to the games ahead. There are still a few more games left, so perhaps I’ll score a few more goals and we’ll see what happens.
“I’ve simply enjoyed every second of playing. I’m looking forward to the remaining games because I’m currently having a great time playing football with my friends. We have a terrific team and squad. Tony Pulis, the manager of West Bromwich Albion, received the Manager of the Month honour for February.
Despite not securing a starting position for Tottenham until the middle of the season, Kane has been in excellent form for the club, scoring 23 goals across all competitions. In January, he tied Lionel Messi for most goals scored across all major European leagues with five goals in the English Premier League and eight overall.
As a young player, Kane has developed into one of the most in-demand players in the Premier League. Roy Hodgson has predicted that Kane will be called up to the England team, and clubs like Real Madrid are keeping tabs on him. It’s a well-deserved honour and a real feather in his cap.
Gareth Bale and Jan Vertonghen won Premier League Player of the Month honours for Tottenham Hotspur in February and January, respectively march 2013.