Jamie Redknapp has told the Daily Mail that Everton’s Romelu Lukaku has had a better season than Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane so far.
Lukaku and Kane have both scored freely for their respective teams this season, and further established their reputations as two of the Premier League’s most deadly front men.
However, Redknapp believes that Lukaku has had a slightly more productive campaign than Kane so far, although he remains an admirer of the Tottenham man’s talent.
"Harry Kane or Romelu Lukaku is a tough one," Redknapp said. "Lukaku has scored consistently all season and so, even though I’m a massive Kane fan, I’ve gone for Everton’s Belgian international."
Lukaku has been a consistent scorer in England’s top flight for a number of seasons, but he seems to have become the complete forward now.
The Belgian international has caused defences no end of problems with his pace and power, and he has netted 19 times in just 27 outings.
Kane, meanwhile, made a slow start to the season, but things have picked up for the youngster now.
The 21-year-old has put any doubts that he would be a ‘one season wonder’ to bed, and he has hit 15 goals in 30 appearances for Spurs so far.