He's done it again. Harry Kane won the Barclay's Premier League Player of the Month Award for February, the second consecutive month in which he's won the award.
Well done to @hkane28 who wins the Barclays Player of the Month award for February having scored four & set up one. pic.twitter.com/u9X0tGxSrB— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 13, 2015
How prestigious is this for Kane? In the 21 year history of the BPL Player of the Month award, only three players had ever won it in back to back months: Dennis Bergkamp, Robbie Fowler, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Kane had a pretty spectacular February, scoring four goals and earning one assist despite seeing Spurs drop out of the Europa League and losing the League Cup final to Chelsea. He has scored 26 goals in all competitions and 16 thus far in the league, only one behind leaders Diego Costa and Sergio Aguero. And that's despite not starting a league match until November.
If you're not fully onboard the Kane Train, you should be by now. If not, good luck, it's a long walk back to the station. Harry Kane is the real deal.