Records were shattered as Harry Kane's four-goal salvo helped us to our biggest ever Premier League away win at Leicester City on Thursday night.
The England striker traded goals with Heung-Min Son before smashing home twice in the closing minutes, completing his second hat-trick against Leicester - the first coming in March, 2015 - before making it four in a game for the first time as we won 6-1, equalling our all-time league away victory and eclipsing our previous best in the Premier League - 6-2 against Wimbledon in May, 1998, and 5-1 at Hull City in August, 2009.
It was the second time we've scored six this season after our 6-0 home win over Millwall in the FA Cup and means Kane is now on 32 goals for the campaign in all competitions. His 26 in the top flight mean he's now two ahead of Everton's Romelu Lukaku in the race for what would be a second consecutive Golden Boot, in spite of missing a combined total of 11 weeks of the campaign with two ankle injuries.
Son's first goal shortly before half-time, meanwhile, took the South Korean international star's tally to 20 for 2016-17, meaning this is the first time we've ever had three players reach the 20-goal mark in one season, with Kane and Dele Alli having also eclipsed that total. He ended the night with 21.
Leicester had made it 2-1 through Ben Chilwell in their best spell of the game shortly after half-time, but we were always in control as, despite already being assured of a second place finish, we pressed high at every opportunity to reach 83 points - two more than the Foxes won the division with this time last year.
The assist for Harry's hat-trick goal came from debutant Filip Lesniak, the Slovakian youth international midfielder prolonging his 21st birthday celebrations from Sunday by replacing Mousa Dembele for the last five minutes.
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