Man Utd's Rashford gets injured, but Liverpool fans aren't falling for it at all
Because right now, the world (or actually, just Tottenham Hotspur fans) seems convinced that there are two Harry Kanes - one who wears the Spurs jersey and another who dons the England kit.
While this theory might seemingly be wildly insane, it became that much more credible after the England captain scored a hat-trick against Montenegro on Friday morning (Singapore time) in the World Cup qualifiers, bringing his tally to nine goals in just five international games this season.
It’s in stark contrast to the six goals he has scored in 11 Premier League games for Spurs, who are currently 14th in the table.
Maybe it has to do with the fact that Kane always seems to be happier representing his country than his club.
Which, naturally, has gotten Spurs fans worried. And these days, they really have a lot to worry about.
They’re also conflicted over whether to cheer for their beloved striker while he’s on international duty, or bemoan the fact that he can’t replicate that sort of form at club level this season.
With his latest goal haul, Kane has broken the record for being the English captain with the most number of goals for his country. He has also overtaken Alan Shearer on the all-time England goalscorers list.
And while there’s still a long way to catch Wayne Rooney as the top scorer in England’s history, he can still create history some other ways. Like this: