Harry Kane’s incredible season continues to go from strength to strength as the Spurs striker has broken yet another record.
Kane hit the headlines during the festive season after finally breaking Alan Shearers Premier League goalscoring record, by scoring 39 top flight goals in 2017.
He also was the highest goalscorer in Europes top five divisions, with his 54 goals eclipsing the likes of Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Cavani and Lewandowski.
However, all that was last year, but Kane has started this season in the same form and his two goals against Everton on Saturday see him break yet another record.
The goals against the Toffees at Wembley saw Kane become Tottenhams all time leading scorer in the Premier League, with 98. What is more impressive is that he beat Teddy Sheringham’s previous record of 97 in 101 fewer games, 135 compared to Sheringham’s 236.
He is now just two goals away from becoming only the 27th man to join the Premier League 100 club, and at the age of just 24, he will have his sights set on Alan Shearers all time record of 260 goals.
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Interestingly, Kane has the exact same strike record as the former Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle striker, scoring at an average of 0.58 goals per game in the Premier League.
England fans will be hoping he can continue his form into the summers World Cup.
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