HILARIOUS Harry Kane review found from 2013 compares him to ex-Sunderland striker

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On Sunday, Harry Kane notched his 200th Premier League goal when he scored against Manchester City in a 1-0 victory to send his side one point off the top four.

It was Kane 267th goal for Tottenham, which made him the club’s all-time top goalscorer, overtaking Jimmy Greaves’ 50-year record of 266.

Kane’s first goal for the Lilywhites came all the way back in 2011, while he also had loan spells at Leicester City, Norwich, Leyton Orient and Millwall.

This week, a review from SB Nation was found from 2013 ranking then 20-year old Kane as Spurs’s 7th-best youth player at the time.

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The review stated that Kane was “average”, while he was tipped by the website not to get any minutes in the Premier League after scoring just two goals in 15 matches on loan at Leicester.

Kane was also compared to Steven Fletcher, who had just scored 11 goals for Sunderland, but the review ended kindly, saying he could develop into a player like Dimitar Berbabtov in the right surroundings.

Ten years on from that review, it is safe to say Kane has proved many doubters wrong as he continues to prove why he looks ever more likely to reach Alan Shearer’s Premier League goal record of 260.

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