Harry Kane becomes our record all-time goalscorer in the Premier League
13 January 2018|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane has become our record all-time goalscorer in the Premier League.
The striker, still just 24, scored twice in our fantastic 4-0 win against Everton at Wembley on Saturday.
That took his total to 98 goals in the Premier League and ahead of legendary former hitman Teddy Sheringham's 97.
Jermain Defoe and Robbie Keane - both on 91 - are the only other players to score over 50 Premier League goals for Spurs.
Harry has raced to his 98 goals in just 135 appearances - his first Premier League goal was against Sunderland at White Hart Lane on April 7, 2014.
Below: Harry celebrates against Everton
OUR ALL-TIME TOP PREMIER LEAGUE GOALSCORERS
98 - Harry Kane in 135 matches
97 - Teddy Sheringham in 236
91 - Jermain Defoe in 276
91 - Robbie Keane in 238
Below: Teddy. Robbie and Jermain
48 - Chris Armstrong
42 - Gareth Bale
37 - Christian Eriksen
36 - Steffen Iversen
34 - Darren Anderton
33 - Dele Alli
33 - Emmanuel Adebayor
33 - Les Ferdinand
29 - Jurgen Klinsmann
27 - Dimitar Berbatov
26 - Heung-Min Son
26 - Aaron Lennon
24 - Rafa van der Vaart
21 - Jermaine Jenas
20 - Nicky Barmby
20 - Roman Pavlyuchenko