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Harry Kane levelled the Premier League record of most away goals scored in a Premier League campaign with his 16th of the season on the road in Sunday's win at Leeds.

Overcoming the Whites 4-1 at Elland Road in the campaign's final match, Harry struck twice in West Yorkshire to see him equal his best-ever goalscoring term in the competition (30) while also levelling a 23-year-old record for away goals in a single season of the league.

Hitting away goals number 15 and 16 of the campaign, our number 10 matched the goalscoring output of Kevin Phillips - then of Sunderland - in the 1999/2000 season with the former England international also registering 16 on the road that season.

It was one of three Premier League records that Harry claimed at Elland Road - he also took the record for most final day goals in the competition's history and most different games scored in during a single campaign.

Watch - Harry's 16th away goal of the campaign

It has been a remarkable season in front of goal for Harry with a number of milestones exceeded, some of which include:

Also this season, Harry also became just the third player to reach the milestone 200 goals in the Premier League along with Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208). He later went above Rooney into second spot in the league's goalscoring charts with goal 209 - he is now on 213 in the competition (47 behind Shearer).

He also became just the sixth player in history to register 250 goal contributions in the Premier League - now 259.

Watch - Harry's opener at Elland Road