Harry Kane moved up the Tottenham all time scoring rankings.
Harry Kane came off the bench to score against Tranmere Rovers in an easy 7-0 win.
The goal took Kane’s record for Tottenham Hotspur to 159 goals, putting him joint fourth on the all time club scoring list.
Kane equalled the tally set by former Spurs star Cliff Jones, and he is closing in on Jimmy Greaves’ record.
Jones was thrilled for Kane and sent a message to the club about Kane praising his achievement.
So proud of this lad. He lives to score goals and is also a great team player. We won’t share 4th place for long and I wish him plenty more goals over the coming years. https://t.co/c3a2prmzS9— Cliff Jones (@Cliff_Jones11) January 4, 2019
Kane’s achievements are made even better by the fact he is still only 25 years old.
He was a late bloomer too, spending most of his early career as a teenager out on loan.
If Kane stays at Tottenham and remains injury free, becoming the club’s record scorer looks inevitable.