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    Sunday, 8 April 2018

    Harry Kane confident he can surpass Mo' Salah in the race for PL Golden Boot

    Harry kane has been Premier League top scorer consecutively in two seasons and he is positive he can be for a third-time

    Kane is bidding to finish the campaign as the division's top scorer for a third successive season, a feat no player has managed since Thierry Henry did it between 2003 and 2006.

    The Tottenham striker, who has scored 24 times in the league, currently trails Salah by five goals.

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    Harry Kane determine he can still win PL Golden Boot
    with six game Premier League games left to end the season for the Spurs and five for Liverpool Kane is self-assured he can beat Mohamed Salah to win the Golden Boot.

    "I still believe I can," Kane said. "Look, whatever happens, there are still games to go. I've got to focus on my game. I can't control what he does.

    "Obviously as a striker, it would be great to win the Golden Boot again and I will keep working hard from now until the end of the season."

    Kane's cause would be helped if he is credited with Tottenham's winner against Stoke on Saturday, even though the Premier League Match Centre determined Christian Eriksen was the scorer.

    The 24-year-old is adamant Eriksen's free kick grazed his shoulder before the ball went past Potters goalkeeper Jack Butland and Spurs could decide to appeal against the decision to award their Danish midfielder with the goal.

     "I swear on my daughter's life that I touched the ball, but there's nothing I can do. If they [the Premier League] turn it around, they turn it around. If they take my word, they take my word.

    "It is what it is - the most important thing is that we won the game."

    It had been feared Kane would still be sidelined due to an ankle injury he sustained against Bournemouth on March 11, but he only ended up missing an FA Cup victory over Swansea.

    He completed his first 90 minutes since then at the weekend and is confident his enforced mini-break will stand him in good stead for this summer's World Cup.

    "It was good to get the minutes last week [against Chelsea] and the 90 minutes on Saturday," Kane said.

    "It's all positive. The ankle feels fine. We've got a week now to train and I'll get stronger and stronger.

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