Kane equals Gerrard's record

Cenk Tosun is in line to make his Everton debut at Wembley this weekend

Cenk Tosun is in line to make his Everton debut at Wembley this weekend

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane predicts Manchester City to win the Premier League title this season.

The Tottenham striker scored eight goals in six matches, including back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton in a vintage month.

The Tottenham striker was delighted to match Gerrard's record, telling the Premier League: "It's unbelievable, very proud of that".

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'I'd probably say my favourite goal was the one that broke the [calendar year] record against Southampton, ' he added.

He set a record of 39 Premier League goals in a calendar year in the process and has now joined the former Liverpool captain in the history books.

The Mirror quotes Kane as saying: "I think we've got a fantastic squad here at Spurs but I don't think we're going to be able to have the same squad as Manchester City and teams like that because they obviously spend a lot more money than we do".

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Kane claimed the prize ahead of seven other nominees - Chelsea's Marcos Alonso, West Ham United's Marko Arnautovic, Liverpool duo Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah, Jesse Lingard of Manchester United, Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez and Manchester City's Nicolas Otamendi.

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola is the first Premier League boss to be named manager of the month four successive times after winning the December award.

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