Harry Kane delivers electronic gadgets to Great Ormond Street Hospital

Harry Kane delivers electronic gadgets to Great Ormond Street Hospital as England captain backs Wishes Can Come True campaign

  • Harry Kane visited Great Ormond Street Hospital in London on Thursday 
  • Kane delivered packages on behalf of the Wishes Can Come True campaign
  • The England captain spent time speaking with two young boys at the hospital

Robert Summerscales For Mailonline

Harry Kane visited Great Ormond Street on Thursday to deliver some electronic gadgets to children at the hospital.

Kane’s gifts were well received by two young boys who posed for pictures with the Tottenham striker as well as getting the chance to speak with him.

England captain Kane was giving his backing to the Wishes Can Come True campaign, which is being powered by customers of Samsung.

Spurs star Harry Kane (centre) visited Great Ormond Street Hospital in London on Thursday

Spurs star Harry Kane (centre) visited Great Ormond Street Hospital in London on Thursday

England captain Kane delivered packages on behalf of the Wishes Can Come True campaign

England captain Kane delivered packages on behalf of the Wishes Can Come True campaign

Samsung have teamed up with hospitals and charities across the nation with the aim of using technology to ‘bring a little extra joy’.

The products being provided range from virtual reality experiences to handheld tablets and vary based on the needs of the charities and hospitals.

Samsung customers can help out by making a wish and submitting it via a token in-store.

Sam Grant, chief marketing officer of Samsung Electronics UK, said: ‘We’re excited to see our tech bring joy to hospitals and charities across the country and it’s even better knowing that local communities can offer their support.’

Kane’s visit to Great Ormond Street came just two days before Tottenham’s London derby clash with Chelsea at Wembley.

The 25-year-old has an excellent scoring record in London derbies and has netted four goals against Chelsea so far in his Spurs career.

Twenty-five-year-old Kane spent time speaking with two young boys at the children's hospital

Twenty-five-year-old Kane spent time speaking with two young boys at the children’s hospital

Kane, who will face Chelsea on Saturday, took a selfie with the boys using a Samsung phone

Kane, who will face Chelsea on Saturday, took a selfie with the boys using a Samsung phone


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