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Spurs striker Kane moves ahead of Lukaku as 2017's most potent Premier League scorer

Goal.com Thursday, 18 May 2017
Spurs striker Kane moves ahead of Lukaku as 2017's most potent Premier League scorerThe Tottenham forward has been in prolific form all season, but he has now found the target more times in 2017 than any other top-flight player
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