Harry joins our '400 club'
Sun 16 October 2022, 09:15|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane has become only the 13th player to reach 400 appearances in all competitions for the Club.
The striker marked his latest milestone with another goal - number 258 - in our 2-0 win against Everton in the Premier League at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
That goal moved him to within eight goals of one of the Club's long-standing milestones - Jimmy Greaves' record goals tally of 266, a record that has stood since 1970.
Harry's journey from Academy graduate to Golden Boot winner in the Premier League and World Cup and the England captaincy is well documented. Records continue to tumble for the 29-year-old who made his Spurs debut in 2011 - by the turn of the year, he could well be the Club's and England's all-time record goalscorer. He needs just three more to overhaul Wayne Rooney's record for the Three Lions of 51.
Meanwhile, Harry enjoyed another personal first in our fine 2-0 victory against the Toffees - it's the first time he's scored in five successive matches in the Premier League. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg wrapped up the win and with it, our best start after 10 games in the Premier League era.
Hugo Lloris was the last player to reach the 400-game landmark for us, and the skipper is now up to 430 appearances in all competitions.
The 400 club
All competitions since joining the Football League in 1908/09
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 - 430 - Hugo Lloris (2012-
10 - 420 - Phil Beal (1963-75)
11 - 415 - John Pratt (1969-80)
12 - 411 - Maurice Norman (1955-65)
13 - 400 - Harry Kane (2011-