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200 goals, 300 games, 60 in Europe - Harry's latest stats

Fri 06 November 2020, 15:45|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane became only the third player to score 200-plus goals for the Club when he opened the scoring against Ludogorets in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening.

At the same time, he became the 46th player to reach 300 appearances in all competitions for Spurs, and only the third player to reach 60 European appearances for the Club.

The 200 club - 200+ goals for Spurs

266 - Jimmy Greaves

The greatest goalscorer in English football history with 357 goals in 516 appearances in the top flight for Chelsea, Spurs and West Ham, Greavsie scored 266 times for us between 1961-70. Joining Bill Nicholson's double winners in 1961, Jimmy helped us retain the FA Cup in 1962 and win the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1963, scoring in both finals. He added another FA Cup in 1967. Greavsie scored 44 goals in 57 caps for England.

208 - Bobby Smith

The classic 'old fashioned' centre forward, Bobby spearheaded our double-winning team in 1960/61, top scoring with 33 goals in 43 appearances, including a goal in the FA Cup Final as we clinched that historic double. Signed from Chelsea, Bobby scored 208 goals in only 317 appearances for us between 1955-64. He scored 13 times in 15 England caps.

200 - Harry Kane

'One of our own', Harry graduated through our Academy via loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Leicester City and Norwich to burst onto the scene in 2014/15, scoring 31 goals in all competitions. He won the Premier League's Golden Boot back to back in 2015/16 and 2016/17, before completing a hat-trick by taking the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup. Already our record European (36) and Premier League goalscorer (149), Harry reached 200 goals in 300 appearances with the opener in Ludogorets on Thursday. England captain, he has 32 goals in 49 caps for the Three Lions.

The 300 club

Making his debut in the Europa League against Hearts back in August, 2011, Harry has become the 46th player to reach 300-plus appearances for the Club. Team-mate Hugo Lloris is also on this list, and currently on 335. Our legendary former skipper Steve Perryman remains our all-time record appearance maker on 854, and only four players have reached 500-plus - Stevie P, Gary Mabbutt (611), Pat Jennings (590) and Cyril Knowles (506).

1 - 854 - Steve Perryman (1969-86)
2 - 611 - Gary Mabbutt (1982-98)
3 - 590 - Pat Jennings (1964-77)
4 - 506 - Cyril Knowles (1964-75)
5 - 490 - Glenn Hoddle (1975-87)
6 - 452 - Ted Ditchburn (1946-58)
7 - 439 - Alan Gilzean (1964-74)
8 - 438 - Jimmy Dimmock (1919-31)
9 - 420 - Phil Beal (1963-75)
10 - 415 - John Pratt (1969-80)
11 - 411 - Maurice Norman (1955-65)
12 - 398 - Chris Hughton (1979-90)
13 - 397 - Mike England (1966-75)
14 - 382 - Danny Blanchflower (1954-63)
15 - 379 - Jimmy Greaves (1961-70)
16 - 378 - Cliff Jones (1958-68)
17 - 373 - Alan Mullery (1964-72)
18 - 370 - Paul Allen (1985-93)
19 - 367 - Martin Chivers (1968-76)
20 - 367 - Aaron Lennon (2005-15)
21 - 363 - Jermain Defoe (2004-14)
22 - 360 - Arthur Grimsdell (1912-29)
23 - 358 - Darren Anderton (1992-2004)
24 - 351 - Tommy Clay (1914-29)
25 - 342 - Peter Baker (1953-65)
26 - 341 - Bill Nicholson (1938-54)
27 - 335 - David Howells (1986-98)
28 - 335 - Hugo Lloris (2012-
28 - 330 - Ray Clemence (1981-87)
30 - 325 - Eddie Baily (1947-55)
31 - 324 - Michael Dawson (2005-14)
32 - 324 - Ron Burgess (1939-54)
33 - 323 - Ledley King (1999-2012)
34 - 322 - Harry Clarke (1949-56)
35 - 319 - Bert Smith (1919-29)
36 - 318 - Dave Mackay (1959-68)
37 - 317 - Bobby Smith (1955-64)
38 - 315 - Sol Campbell (1992-2001)
39 - 315 - Jan Vertonghen (2012-2020)
40 - 313 - Ian Walker (1991-2000)
41 - 311 - Ossie Ardiles (1878-88)
42 - 307 - Len Duquemin (1947-57)
43 - 306 - Robbie Keane (2002-11)
44 - 305 - Christian Eriksen (2013-2020)
45 - 304 - Terry Naylor (1970-80)
46 - 300 - Harry Kane (2011-

60-plus in Europe

Harry is only the third player to play over 60 times for us in European competition. His Club and European debut was against Hearts in the Europa League in August, 2011 with number 60 this week's 3-1 win against Ludogorets. Hugo Lloris is also on 60 with Steve Perryman currently top on 64. Toby Alderweireld and Eric Dier moved onto 40 in Bulgaria.

64 - Steve Perryman
60 - Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris
58 - Aaron Lennon
56 - Jan Vertonghen
51 - Christian Eriksen
45 - Ben Davies, Heung-Min Son, Erik Lamela
44 - Mousa Dembele
41 - Dele
40 - Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier
36 - Pat Jennings
35 - Michael Dawson, Jermain Defoe, Mike England
34 - Gareth Bale, Tom Huddlestone, Harry Winks
32 - Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Danny Rose
31 - Moussa Sissoko
30 - Phil Beal, Chris Hughton, Cyril Knowles
29 - Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Alan Gilzean
27 - Ray Clemence
26 - Ralph Coates, Graham Roberts, Davinson Sanchez, Didier Zokora
25 - Ray Evans, Mark Falco, Tony Galvin, Jermaine Jenas, Gary Mabbutt, John Pratt, Andros Townsend