200 up for Harry - now level with Alan Gilzean on 133 goals
Mon 19 February 2018, 17:05|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane was back where it all started - and this time he racked up another milestone in his Spurs career.
The striker made his Football League debut at Rochdale during his loan spell at Leyton Orient seven years ago - 15 January 2011.
Now 24, Harry was 17 when he stepped off the bench in the 73rd minute of a 1-1 draw in League One. How times change - the top four in League One at that time were Brighton, Huddersfield, Southampton and Bournemouth.
Harry came off the bench again on Sunday, this time in an FA Cup fourth round tie, to make his 200th appearance for Spurs in all competitions.
Harry scored from the spot late in the game to make it 2-1 only for Dale to snatch an injury time equaliser and set up a replay at Wembley next week.
That took him to 133 goals - level with 1960s-1970s hitman Alan Gilzean on our all-time goalscoring list.
Below: Alan Gilzean, left, and Martin Chivers - two of our top 10 all-time goalscorers
'Gilly' led the line between 1964-1974, picking up the FA Cup in 1967, League Cups in 1971 and 1973 and the UEFA Cup in 1972.
Harry now has 1951 title-winner Len 'The Duke' Duquemin and prolific 1930s marksman George Hunt in his sights - he needs six more goals to jump into sixth in our all-time list.
SPURS - ALL-TIME TOP 10 GOALSCORERS
1 - Jimmy Greaves - 1961-70 - 266 goals in 379 appearances
2 - Bobby Smith - 1955-64 - 208/317
3 - Martin Chivers - 1968-76 - 174/367
4 - Cliff Jones - 1958-68 - 159/378
5 - Jermain Defoe - 2004-2014 - 143/363
6 - George Hunt - 1930-37 - 138/198
7 - Len Duquemin - 1947-57 - 134/307
8= - Alan Gilzean - 1964-74 - 133/439
8= - Harry Kane - 2011- 133/200
10 - Teddy Sheringham - 1992-2003 - 124/277