Tottenham Hotspurs sensational striker Harry Kane has broken another set of records with a late strike against the Wolves. The star forward is now the leading goal scorer in Premier League history, representing a single club in the EPL. He also scored the 250th goal for Tottenham Hotspur.
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Harry Kane has now surpassed Sergio Agüero in the Premier League’s all-time goal scorer list.
The close-range header took Kane to 185 goals in the Premier League, which is one more than Sergio Agüero and takes the England international into fourth place in the top division’s all-time scorer stats. Only Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney, and Andrew Cole have more Premier League all-time goals than him.
It was also Spurs’s 1000th home strike in the Premier League and meant Kane had broken the record for most goals for one club in the top division.
Speaking to the BT Sports TV representative, Harry Kane said, “It’s been a fantastic kind of nine or ten years playing in the Premier League and hopefully got plenty of more years to go as well.” Always love to score, always love scoring! ”
His second-half strike was more valuable to him than any of these records or pieces of history because it continued his team’s consecutive winning streak in the Premier League.
This was the 2nd goal in the 3rd game by Harry Kane in this season’s premier league contest. He has already won the Premier League Golden Boot three times in his career, and he will definitely look forward to adding another one to his collection.
As a child, Kane was rejected by Arsenal and Tottenham and had an unsuccessful trial at Watford. Liam Brady, who was in charge of Arsenal’s academy at the time, said one of the main reasons they let him go was that he was overweight.
He is certainly regretting making this mistake in identifying this elite striker’s potential.
Tottenham fans will be thanking Pep Guardiola every day as he turned his attention to Erling Haaland instead of overlooking Harry Kane.