Harry Kane has scored the most goals in an A-match in the history of the England national team. At 4:45 am (Korean time) on the 24th at Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples, Italy, in the first leg of Group C of the Euro 2024 qualifier, Harry Kane scored his team’s second goal.
Kane, who scored a goal from a penalty kick, this goal was his 54th A-match goal. He broke Wayne Rooney’s record of 53 goals in a match in England.
Prior to this, in February, Kane became the player who scored the most goals in Tottenham history. On February 6, he scored the winning goal against Manchester City in the 21st round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season.
It was Kane’s 267th goal for Tottenham. Kane became the team’s most goals player, beating Jimmy Greaves, who was tied for first place with 266 goals. He now has 271 goals.
It also became a goal that will go down in the history of the EPL. It was the fastest 200 goals in EPL history. In addition, he became the third player to score 200 goals in EPL history, following Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney.
The hidden story that Kane, who is writing the history of England and Tottenham, could not have become the player he is now has been revealed.
Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood reported on the 24th that ‘owner Daniel Levy prevented the sale of Kane to Leicester City for £600,000’.
From 2011 to 2013, Kane played on loan at Norwich City, Millwall, Leyton Orient and Leicester City. By the time he was 21 he was playing for different teams. He played close to 60 games, but scored only 14 of his goals.
At the end of the 2013-14 season, Levy reportedly asked Sherwood about Kane. In a recent media interview, Sherwood said, “Daniel (Levy) asked me what (Sunderland’s) team was.”
“I wasted my time talking about what a back four and a midfielder are,” Sherwood told the ‘congratulatory’ Levy. Since it was a poor question온라인카지노, he is sarcastic about explaining his football position.
At the same time, it is said that Levy revealed that he had been offered a Kane transfer from Leicester City. Shockingly, Levy was determined to sell Kane until Sherwood blocked the deal.
Sherwood said, “There was a possibility that Levy had heard from someone else that Kane might not be suitable for the Premier League,” and “At that time, Tottenham wanted to buy a player suitable for the Champions League as well as the Premier League.”
So Levy decided to sell Kane to Leicester City for £600,000, and Sherwood blocked it.
Coincidentally, Sherwood recalls that Kane started playing for Tottenham from the day after this happened, scored 3 goals in 3 games, and gained Levy’s trust.