Three goals gave Tottenham Hotspur stricker Harry Kane a hat trick to retain the 2017 highest football goal scorer golden boot of the premiership to retain the title he won last season he as Tottenham whipped championship bound Hull City at the KCOM Stadium on Sunday.
Kane scored twice in three first-half minutes when he beat Hull City goalkeeper David Marshall from the edge of the box and after that tapped in from a Kieran Tripper cross.
Dele Alli scored an additional good thereby making it 3 before Victor Wanyama headed in another after the break to nullify Sam Clucas’ consolation goal for the relegation bound host team.
Alli then sent the goal hungry Kane clear to beat Marshall for his third with 18 minutes to play.
This took the 23-year-old striker to 29 goals which included 5 penalties for the season, thereby beating Everton’s Romelu Lukaku with 25 goals including 1 penalty and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez with 24 goals including 2 penalty.
Defender Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld finished the defeat with late goals as Hull City was finally relegated from the top flight league.