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Sun 21 August 2022, 11:00|Tottenham Hotspur

The milestones keep coming for Harry Kane, who reached a landmark figure for the Club when he headed home the winner against Wolves in the Premier League on Saturday.

Harry's movement was the key to the goal, losing his marker Nathan Collins as Ivan Perisic flicked on Heung-Min Son's corner on 64 minutes at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, leaving him with the relatively easy task of planting his header past Jose Sa from inside the six-yard box. We impressed in the second half after a testing first period and that was enough to see us home.

Here's what it means...


Harry has become only the second player to score 250 goals for the Club. Jimmy Greaves was the first to do it in 1968/69 and 11 goals in his final season as a Spur, 1969/70, before moving to West Ham, took him to 266 goals 379 appearances in all competitions, 1961-1970.

The England skipper has scored 250 goals in 389 appearances in all competitions since his first against Shamrock Rovers in the UEFA Europa League back in December, 2011. He needs 17 more to become our all-time leading goalscorer.


Just two days after the 10th-year anniversary of his Premier League debut - off the bench at Newcastle on 18 August, 2012 - Harry's winner also notched up 185 goals in the competition.

That took him above Sergio Aguero (184) and into fourth place in the Premier League's all-time goalscoring list. Andrew Cole is next in his sights with 187. The top two scorers are also the only two to score 200-plus goals in the competition - Wayne Rooney (208) and Alan Shearer (260).

At the same time, the goal also means that Harry now holds the record for goals scored for one team in Premier League history - Aguero also held that record with all of his 184 goals scored for Manchester City.