Tottenham striker wins PFA Young Player of Year

Harry Kane rounds up an incredible breakout season by winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award


After a sensational season with Tottenham, striker Harry Kane has been named the Professional Footballers' Association Young Player of the Year 2015.

Kane started the season as Tottenham third choice striker behind Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado.

He scored a free-kick winner from the bench at Aston Villa in early November and went on to become the revelation of the season having netted 30 goals in all competition and 20 in the English Premier League.

At a ceremony on Sunday, April 26 at the Grosvenor Hotel the English man beat off competition from Chelsea's Eden Hazard-undefined.

"It is amazing. It is a very proud moment for myself and my family - hopefully the first of many to come," the striker said.

"I have got to keep working hard, but to be recognised by your fellow players is something special and it is a night I wont forget. It is incredible, an incredible feeling.

"It is incredible, an incredible feeling," Kane added before calling his breakout season an 'unreal' one.

undefined, pairing upfront with Chelsea striker Diego Costa.


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