Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane was the king of attackers in Premier League fantasy football last season as he finished with the most points. He had more points than any other striker in fantasy football after his impressive return of 23 goals and 14 assists for Spurs.

Kane finished well ahead of compatriot and former England national team colleague Jamie Vardy of Leicester City to emerge as the king of fantasy football amongst the Premier League strikers. Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford, also an Englishman, completed the top three.

Kane had a phenomenal season as he finished as the highest goalscorer in the league thereby winning the Golden Boot Award. The Three Lions of England skipper won the close battle with Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah to emerge as the recipient of the Golden Boot. Also, Kane won the Best Playmaker Award ahead of Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne courtesy his 14 assists.

Despite his strong showing, Kane was unable to win the Player of the Season Award which went to Manchester City defender Ruben Dias after the Portuguese international helped the Citizens to regain the Premier League title.

England fans would have hoped that Kane will reprise his Spurs form for the national team at Euro 2020 but this has not been the case as he has failed to muster any shot on target in the first two games.

Kane was largely anonymous as England beat Croatia 1-0 in their first game at the tournament.  The Spurs player missed a good chance to add to the second half strike from Raheem Sterling of Manchester City but he was unable to do that with the Croatia goal few yards away. He continued his average display at the Euro 2020 tournament against Scotland as England had to settle for a goalless draw.

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