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#International #Statistics #HarryKane

A night of milestones for captain Kane

Thu 14 November 2019, 23:02|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane racked up the milestones in England's 7-0 win against Montenegro in Euro 2020 qualifying at Wembley on Thursday night.

On a night of celebration as the Three Lions reached 1,000 internationals, Harry's hat-trick - his third for his country - in a dominant first half display helped secure victory and qualification for next summer's finals.

However, beyond that, it was a big night for the striker.

- Harry's hat-trick took him up to 31 goals - only the sixth striker to hit 30 and beyond for England - and moved up him to sixth in England's all-time goalscoring list.
- Harry only needed one goal to become the Club's all-time top goalscorer for England - he's now three clear of Jimmy Greaves (28).
- He's now also the top scoring England captain of all time, scoring 24 goals with the armband.
- Finally, he's up to 44 caps - level with Glenn Hoddle - and just five adrift of Jermain Defoe, whose 49 caps is the most for an England player while at Spurs.

England's top goalscorers

What a night for Harry! With his hat-trick against Montenegro, the striker moved ahead of some of England's all-time greats - Frank Lampard, Spurs legend Vivian Woodward, Tom Finney, Alan Shearer and Nat Lofthouse - and into the country's top six goalscorers.

1 Wayne Rooney - 53 goals in 120 caps (capped 2003-2018)
2 Bobby Charlton - 49 in 106 (1958-1970)
3 Gary Lineker - 48 in 80 (1984-1992)
4 Jimmy Greaves - 44 in 57 (1959-1967)
5 Michael Owen - 40 in 89 (1998-2008)
6 Harry Kane - 31 in 44 (2015-
7= Nat Lofthouse - 30 in 33 (1950-1958)
7= Alan Shearer - 30 in 63 (1992-2000)
7= Tom Finney - 30 in 76 (1946-1958)
10 Vivian Woodward - 29 in 23 (1903-1911)
11 Frank Lampard - 29 in 106 (1999-2014)
12 Steve Bloomer - 28 in 23 (1895-1907)
13 David Platt - 27 in 62 (1989-1996)
14 Bryan Robson - 26 in 90 (1981-1991)
15 Geoff Hurst - 24 in 49 (1965-1972)

Most goals for England as captain

Harry's hat-trick also lifted him above all-time great Vivian Woodward, former Spur and one of football's early superstars, as scoring most goals as England captain. Harry has reached that target in only 24 caps as skipper. Again, it's quite a list!

24 goals -Harry Kane
23 - Vivian Woodward
20 - Bryan Robson, Alan Shearer
16 - David Beckham
14 - Wayne Rooney
10 - Kevin Keegan, Gary Lineker, David Platt

England goals as a Spur

Harry went into the match against Montenegro level with Jimmy Greaves on 28 goals for England as a Spurs player. Greavsie scored 28 goals in 42 caps while at Spurs in his overall total of 44 goals in 57 caps. He scored 16 goals for England during his early career at Chelsea. Harry is now three clear.

Harry Kane – 31 goals in 44 caps (at Spurs 2011-
Jimmy Greaves – 28 goals in 42 caps as a Spurs player (1961-1969)
Vivian Woodward – 27 goals in 21 caps (1901-1909)
Gary Lineker – 19 goals in 38 caps (1989-1992)
Jermain Defoe – 16 goals in 49 caps (2004-2014)
Bobby Smith - 13 goals in 15 caps (1955-1964)
Martin Chivers - 13 goals in 24 caps (1968-1976)
Willie Hall - 9 goals in 10 caps (1932-1939)
Martin Peters – 9 goals in 34 caps (1970-1975)
Teddy Sheringham - 9 goals in 38 caps (1992-2003)
Glenn Hoddle - 8 goals in 44 caps (1975-1987)
Darren Anderton - 7 goals in 30 caps (1992-2004)
Peter Crouch – 6 goals in 8 caps (2009-2011)
Chris Waddle - 6 goals in 36 caps (1985-1989)

Most caps as a Spur

Harry is now up to 44 caps - level with legendary midfielder and former Spurs and England manager Glenn Hoddle. Jermain Defoe, still going strong at Glasgow Rangers, tops this list with 49 caps during his time at Spurs.

1 - 49 caps - Jermain Defoe - 2004-13
2= - 44 - Glenn Hoddle - 1979-87
2= - 44 - Harry Kane - 2015-
4 - 42 - Jimmy Greaves - 1962-67
5= - 40 - Eric Dier - 2015-
5= - 40 - Sol Campbell - 1996-2001
7= - 38 - Gary Lineker - 1989=92
7= - 38 - Teddy Sheringham - 1993-2002
9= - 37 - Dele - 2015-
9= - 37 - Paul Robinson - 2004-07
11 - 36 - Chris Waddle - 1985-89
12 - 35 - Alan Mullery - 1964-71
13 - 34 - Martin Peters - 1970-74
14 - 31 - Alf Ramsey - 1949-53
15 - 30 - Darren Anderton - 1994-2001
16 - 29 - Danny Rose - 2016-
17 - 27 - Kyle Walker - 2011-17
18 - 24 - Martin Chivers - 1971-73
19 - 23 - Maurice Norman - 1962-64
20= - 21 - Ledley King - 2002-10
20= - 21 - Aaron Lennon - 2006-13
20= - 21 - Vivian Woodward - 1903-09
23 - 20 - Paul Gascoigne - 1988-91