With his 266th goal for the team, Harry Kane has tied Jimmy Greaves’ record as Tottenham’s leading scorer all-time.
With the game-winning strike in Monday’s match against Fulham, his 199th in 300 Premier League outings for Spurs, the 29-year-old England striker surpassed the milestone.
Between 1961 and 1970, Greaves, who began his career at Chelsea, scored 266 goals in 379 games for Spurs.
Kane has played 415 times for Spurs since his debut in 2011.
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Despite Fulham being the superior team for the first 45 minutes, Kane’s typically precise finish gave Spurs the lead late in the first half.
With his back to the goal, he received the ball before creating a yard of space and firing a ferocious right-footed effort into the corner of Bernd Leno’s net.
After Alan Shearer with 260 goals and Wayne Rooney with 208, Kane is third among all Premier League goal scorers since the league’s inception in 1992.
In 29 games for Spurs this season, he has scored 18 goals, 12 more than the next-closest competitor Son Heung-min.