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Nike Celebrates Harry Kane's 100th Premier League Goal with Special-Edition Hypervenom 3 HK

Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur’s and England’s 24 year-old attacking phenomenon, has joined an elite group of players by recording his 100th Premier League goal — all of which were scored in the Nike Hypervenom.

The 100 Premier League goal milestone is the latest achievement from the east London-born Kane, whose early career has already been defined by his remarkable goal scoring feats. He claimed the Premier League Golden Boot in both the 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons and recorded six Premier League hat tricks (eight across all competitions) in 2017. Kane  set a new benchmark for Premier League goals scored in a calendar year — 39 in 36 games — during 2017 and topped the European goal scoring charts with 56 goals in all competitions.  He also became Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League.

From lower league loanee to Europe’s number one marksman, Kane’s rise has been epitomised by nerveless finishing and ferocious self-improvement. His modesty marks him out almost as much as his brilliance; rather than trading in haircuts, cars and dance routines, goals are Harry Kane’s currency.

To celebrate his achievement, a special-edition Nike Hypervenom 3 HK has been produced for Kane to wear in his next match, with 100 units available to buy at a later date. A two-tone design in Kane’s preferred colours – white and blue – is highlighted by subtle golden details across the boot that herald this milestone.

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A golden 100 and Nike Swoosh embellish the heels of the Nike Hypervenom 3 HK

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Lace tips come with a golden graphic treatment reading "KANE" within the outline of a goal.

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The insole bears the message “KEEP IT KANE,” highlighting the striker’s singular focus.

As Harry Kane sets his sights on further accolades with club and country in 2018, it's his rare blend of deadly prowess in front of goal and selfless efforts for the team that will continue to catch the eye and further establish him amongst the world's leading footballers.