Tottenham striker Harry Kane has clutched an incredible landmark in the history of Tottenham Hotspur football club by becoming the joint top goalscorer of all time after scoring in the 1-0 win over Fulham.
The lone goal scored in the London derby against Fulham ensured he reached this landmark taking him level with the Spurs legend Jimmy Greaves to make history. It is his 199th in 300 Premier League games for Spurs.
Greaves, who started his career at Chelsea, scored 266 goals in 379 games for Spurs between 1961 and 1970.
Kane went into the match against Fulham just one goal shy of equalling the record, knowing two goals against their London rivals would see him overtake Greaves’ record of 266 goals.
The 29-year-old has been at Spurs since he was a youngster in the academy, after loan spells with Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester before establishing himself as a first-team regular.
Kane equalled Wayne Rooney’s record and became England’s all-time joint-top goalscorer during the World Cup in Qatar and has now makes history with the Lilywhites.
The Spurs forward is the third top scorer since the Premier League was created in 1992 – after Alan Shearer, with 260, and Wayne Rooney, with 208.