Harry Kane made his official debut with Tottenham in 2011 and, thanks to remarkable perfomances, the 29-year old striker became a legend of the Spurs. At the international level, Kane is England's all-time top scorer and he will eventually break the tie he has currently with Wayne Rooney.
Harry Kane breaks historic record with Tottenham
Harry Kane became Tottenham's all-time record goalscorer after he found the net in minute 15' of the Premier League's game against Manchester City. Kane reached 267 goals surpassing Jimme Greaves who had 266.
Furthermore, Harry Kane is just the third player in Premier League's history to score 200 goals. He joins Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208) in the record books after his incredible achievement.
At this pace, Harry Kane might eventually become the Premier League's all-time record goalscorer considering it took him 304 games to reach 200 goals. Alan Shearer needed 306 games to do it and Wayne Rooney 462.