Much maligned Gunners ace Olivier Giroud once again saved his side yesterday, earning Arsenal a point away at Southampton with an 88th minute headed equaliser.
The two strikers could not be more contrasting, both in the way they play and how they are perceived, but how do their goalscoring records stack up against each other?
Amazingly, the Frenchman has a better goals-to-minutes ratio than the England international in the Premier League this season.
Whilst Kane has scored 12 Premier League goals to Giroud's four, the 31-year-old has played only 254 minutes of Premier League action, leaving him with the ratio of a goal every 63.5 minutes.
The 24-year-old has played 1,306 minutes, leaving him with the ratio of a goal every 108.83 minutes.
Arsene Wenger brought Alexandre Lacazette to the club in the summer, for a deal thought to be in excess of £50 million, and the Frenchman has chalked up a goal every 138.87 minutes, yet Giroud still has not been given the opportunity to start a single Premier League game.
Following his equaliser against the Saints yesterday though, surely he has done enough to earn a place in Arsenal's starting XI for their trip to West Ham on Wednesday night.
Kane has no such problems, however, and is arguably the first name on Mauricio Pochettino's team sheet every single week.