Harry Kane revealed in his latest social media post, he took the Golden Boot and Playmaker awards with him on vacation.
Kane finished the season with 23 goals and 14 assists in the Premier League and 50 goal contributions (33 goals and 18 assists) in all competitions.
The England captain won the Premier League Golden Boot award for the third time in his career and became just the second player in league history to finish with the most assists and goals in a season after Andy Cole in 1993-94.
The fact that he achieved this feat while playing for a struggling Spurs side that finished seventh in the table makes the forward’s achievement particularly impressive.
Kane admitted that while it is always nice to earn individual accolades, these are the team trophies he seeks.
However, that doesn’t mean the striker doesn’t feel like breaking individual records and adding to his Golden Boot collection.
The Tottenham star has apparently decided he would miss out on his awards too much if he left them at home while he went on vacation.
Took the little ones on their first vacation ☀️😂 pic.twitter.com/xUbQpsoY0K
– Harry Kane (@HKane) May 28, 2021