Kane Gets Into Tottenham’s Histoey

Tottenham Hotspur’s striker, Harry Kane, has entered the club’s history after scoring a brace against Everton FC in the Premier League match against both teams.

According to Squawka which publishes football related statistics and news, England and Tottenham Hotspurs’s striker Harry Kane had scored 98 goals for Tottenham Hotspurs in the Premier League since playing with Tottenham Hotspurs which made him the historical goalscorer for the club in a very short time.

Harry Kane scored 98 goals in 135 appearances with Tottenham Hotspur to overpass Teddy Sheringham’s record of being Tottenham Hotspurs all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League where he scored 97 goals in 236 appearances for the North London club, Tottenham Hotspurs, in the Premier League.

The third top goalscorer for the club now is

Robbie Keane who scored 91 goals for Tottenham Hotspurs in the Premier League in 238 appearances in the white shirt, and then Jermain Defoe who has an equal amount of goals, 91 goals, but in more matches, 276. Knowing that Jermain Defoe is still an active player and he is playing now for Bournemouth FC.


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