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Harry’s 150 goals in the Premier League - the stats

Tue 10 November 2020, 12:19|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane became only the 10th player in Premier League history to score 150 goals-plus in the competition with his winner at West Brom on Sunday.

The striker reached the milestone in 218 matches (215 for Spurs, three for Norwich City), third fastest behind Sergio Aguero (217) and Alan Shearer (212). He reached the top 10 and drew level with legendary former striker Les Ferdinand (149) with his opener against Brighton last week and is now level on 150 with Michael Owen. Another Spurs legend, Jermain Defoe, is next in his sights on 162.

Premier League - all-time top 10 goalscorers

260 – Alan Shearer
208 – Wayne Rooney
187 – Andrew Cole
180 – Sergio Aguero
177 – Frank Lampard
175 – Thierry Henry
163 – Robbie Fowler
162 – Jermain Defoe
150 – Harry Kane
150 – Michael Owen

Spurs - all-time top Premier League goalscorers

In terms of Spurs, Harry is our all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League, and the only Spur to reach 100 goals in the competition – Teddy Sheringham hit 97, while Jermain Defoe and Robbie Keane also made it into the 90s for the Club.

150 - Harry Kane in 215 appearances (for Spurs)
97 - Teddy Sheringham in 236
91 - Jermain Defoe in 276
91 - Robbie Keane in 238
61 – Heung-Min Son in 168
51 - Christian Eriksen in 226
50 - Dele in 158

Spurs - 100-plus league goals

Harry became only third player to score 200-plus goals for Spurs in all competitions when he headed home against Ludogorets last week. He’s also only the third player to score 150-plus league goals for us, going all the way back to our first season in the Football League in 1908/09 - all-time great Jimmy Greaves leads the way on 220 league goals for us with Bobby Smith, spearhead of our double-winning team of 1960/61, second on 176.

220 - Jimmy Greaves in 321 appearances (for Spurs)
176 - Bobby Smith in 271
150 - Harry Kane in 215
135 - Cliff Jones in 318
125 - George Hunt in 185
118 - Martin Chivers in 278
114 - Len Duquemin in 274
103 - Les Bennett in 272
100 - Jimmy Dimmock in 400