Harry Kane

Harry Kane has won the Premier League Player of the Month for March award. 

This is the seventh time the England international has won the award, equalling a record that was held by former Man City forward Sergio Aguero.

It comes after a month in which the Tottenham Hotspur striker also became the competition’s all-time leading away goalscorer, breaking Wayne Rooney’s record of 94 goals.

Kane had a league-leading six-goal involvement during March as Spurs boosted their top-four bid with three wins in four matches.

The Three Lions captain started the month in emphatic fashion, scoring twice as Spurs beat Everton 5-0, and was on target in the 3-2 defeat against Manchester United.

The 28-year-old then wrapped up March with two assists for Son Heung-min as Spurs beat London neighbours West Ham 3-1.

He beat competition from the likes of Kai Havertz, Dejan Kulusevski, Andrew Robertson, Bukayo Saka, and Ivan Toney.

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