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200 and 20-plus - Harry's latest stats

Thu 16 July 2020, 09:45|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane hit the 200 career goal milestone with his double in our 3-1 win at Newcastle on Wednesday night - and at the same time, extended his run of 20-plus goals in a season.

The striker buried a textbook header on the hour for career goal 200, a crucial strike just minutes after Matt Ritchie had levelled Heung-Min Son's opener at St James' Park. He then followed in when Martin Dubravka parried Erik Lamela's shot to secure a key 3-1 victory in added time.

Harry reached the 200 mark in 350 career appearances in all competitions. He's now scored 185 goals for us in addition to 16 in loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall and Leicester. He remains third on our all-time goalscoring list behind Bobby Smith (206) and Jimmy Greaves (266).

Harry's goals

- Harry's first career goal was on loan for Orient against Sheffield Wednesday on 22/01/2011
- Harry's first goal for Spurs was against Shamrock Rovers in the Europa League, 15/12/2011
- 16 goals in loan spells at Orient (5), Millwall (9) and Leicester (2)
- 31 goals in his breakthrough season, 2014/15, including 21 in the Premier League - first player to score 30-plus since Gary Lineker in 91/92
- Up to third in our all-time list with goal 175 at West Ham in November, behind only Bobby Smith (208) and Jimmy Greaves (266)
- Career goals 200/201 in our 3-1 win at Newcastle - now 185 for Spurs
- Now scored 20-plus in six successive seasons

Last night's goals were also 20 and 21 in 32 appearances in all competitions this season - Harry recovering from a serious hamstring injury that ruled him out from January until the Premier League's return in June.

The Academy graduate made Club history last season by becoming the first Spur to score 20-plus goals in five successive seasons since his breakthrough in 2014/15. That's now up to six.

Jimmy Greaves reached 20-plus in seven seasons for us - but having achieved the feat four seasons on the trot, scored 16 in 1965/66 after missing three months through hepatitis. Bobby Smith and Martin Chivers both hit 20-plus for four successive seasons but then Bobby scored 15 in 1961/62 and Martin bagged 11 in 1974/75.

Harry has now hit 20-plus in 2014/15 (31), 2015/16 (28), 2016/17 (35), 2017/18 (41), 2018/19 (24) and 2019/20 (21, two matches to go).

20-20 vision

Spurs players to score back-to-back 20 goals (all competitions) in a season since 1908...

Bert Bliss
22 in 1914-15 (21 league)
Break for WW1
33 in 1919-20 (31 league)
21 in 1920-21 (17 league)

George Hunt
26 in 31-32 (24 league)
36 in 32-33 (33 league)
35 in 33-34 (32 league)

Johnny Morrison
28 in 35-36 (25 league)
35 in 36-37 (29 league)
35 in 37-38 (22 league)

Bobby Smith
38 in 57-58 (36 league)
32 in 58-59 (32 league)
30 in 59-60 (25 league)
33 in 60-61 (28 league)

Cliff Jones
24 in 61-62 (16 league)
22 in 62-63 (20 league)

Jimmy Greaves
30 in 61-62 (21 league)
42 in 62-63 (37 league)
36 in 63-64 (35 league)
35 in 64-65 (29 league)

31 in 66-67 (25 league)
29 in 67-68 (23 league)
36 in 68-69 (27 league)

Martin Chivers
29 in 70-71 (21 league)
42 in 71-72 (25 league)
33 in 72-73 (17 league)
23 in 73-74 (17 league)

Mark Falco
21 in 83-84 (13 league)
29 in 84-85 (22 league)
21 in 85-86 (19 league)

Teddy Sheringham
23 in 94-95 (18 league)
24 in 95-96 (16 league)

Dimitar Berbatov
23 in 06-07 (12 league)
23 in 07-08 (15 league)

Robbie Keane
21 in 06-07 (11 league)
23 in 07-08 (15 league)

Harry Kane
31 in 14-15 (21 league)
28 in 15-16 (25 league)
35 in 16-17 (29 league)
41 in 17-18 (30 league)
24 in 18-19 (17 league)
21 so far in 19-20...

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