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On an individual level, Chelsea target Harry Kane has been outstanding, as he has bagged up many personal awards. However, he hasn’t been successful in terms of collective trophies.
The 27-year-old has scored 200+ goals for Spurs and ended the season as the Premier League’s record scorer. He also set a record as he became the first player since Andrew Cole in 1994 to top both the Premier League goals and assists charts.
In an interview with Evening Standard, Kane has bemoaned the lack of success on a club level.
“I’ve had some amazing moments this season, and some very close moments,” Kane said.
“But it’s a shame we just haven’t managed to get over the line as a club.”
Kane has high hopes heading to the European Championship, and he has revealed that it will be a shame for him if he doesn’t get success with the national team.
He further stated: “I think if I finish my career as a footballer without winning a major trophy for England, I would see that as a failure. I know we are still progressing, still got room to improve, but that is the goal and I think we can do that.”