Harry Kane swept past Sergio Aguero on Saturday to establish a Premier League record for the most goals with a single club in the competition.
The England captain has tormented top-flight defences as the leader of Tottenham’s attack, and he took his Premier League tally to 185 goals by scoring for Spurs against Wolves.
It shuffled him one ahead of Manchester City great Aguero, and two clear of Wayne Rooney, who struck 183 times for Manchester United.
Kane began the season level with Rooney and one behind Aguero, before moving level with the latter by netting in the dramatic 2-2 draw at Chelsea.
Spurs’ opener against Wolves was also their 1,000th in the Premier League – the fifth team to reach that tally after Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea.
The 29-year-old Kane still has a long way to go to become the Premier League’s all-time record scorer, given Alan Shearer ended his career with 260 goals in the competition, netting 148 for Newcastle United and 112 in his time at Blackburn Rovers.
Tottenham are not the only team Kane has played for in the English elite league, given he featured three times for Norwich City during a loan spell in the 2012-13 season.
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He could not find the back of the net for the Canaries but has been a consistent marksman for Tottenham over the past eight seasons, hitting at least 17 goals in each Premier League campaign.
Kane managed 29 goals in 29 games in 2016-17 and 30 in 35 appearances during the following campaign, arguably his peak years.
Although he has only reached the 20-goal mark once in the last four seasons, Kane has remained integral to Tottenham’s plans, with the club resisting strong interest from Manchester City last year to keep him in north London.
Leicester City have been his favourite opponents in goalscoring terms, with Kane scoring 17 times in 14 Premier League outings against the Foxes, while he has managed 13 against both Everton and Spurs’ fierce rivals Arsenal.
Kane has also reached double figures against Southampton and West Ham, hitting 11 against both sides.
Of all the Premier League teams he has faced, Kane has only failed to grab a goal in the competition against Brentford, missing out in his two games against the Bees to date.