Tottenham’s top scorer in all competitions over the last eight seasons has been Harry with 185 goals, the English forward ranks fourth all-time in the league and holds the record for most goals scored by a single Premier League team. With a header against Wolves, Kane passed Sergio Sergio Aguero to move into second place behind former Newcastle, Blackburn, and Manchester United striker Andrew Cole in the Premier League’s all-time goal-scoring list.
Tottenham’s top scorer in all competitions over the last eight seasons has been Harry
With 260 goals, Alan Shearer has 260 more than everyone else combined and 75 more than Kane. Kane, who is only 29 years old, would need to average just under 13 goals a season to surpass Shearer’s total if he continued to play until the same age as the former Blackburn and Newcastle forward, who retired in 2006 at the age of 35.
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Joe Cole, a former Chelsea and England midfielder, said, “I honestly do think he will beat Alan’s record,” when asked if the goal was within reach. He nets a variety of goals. He is a fantastic player, and we are fortunate to have him here.
Joleon Lescott, a former defender for Manchester City, disagreed and said, “I think Alan is secure, there is a long way to go. I’m not saying he won’t, but if he did, I would be more shocked. Kane also has the finest scoring ratio of any player with 100 or more Premier League goals, ahead of Thierry Henry (0.68) and Sergio Aguero (0.67), though Shearer, whose Blackburn team has the best record at a single club with 112 goals in 138 games (0.81), would have almost certainly scored more but for several serious injuries.
After surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s previous record of 49 goals in June, Kane presently holds the second-highest scoring position among men for England with 50 goals. The only player with more goals for the Three Lions is Wayne Rooney, who has 53, but if Harry Kane keeps up his current international scoring pace, he will surpass the former Everton and Manchester United player at the Qatar 2022 World Cup championships.
It should be noted that Kane, who shares a 10-goal lead with Gary Lineker, is the only player to have scored more goals for England in significant competitions. Even though he has played 10 more games than the illustrious former England striker, Harry is currently just 16 goals away from Jimmy Greaves’ club record of 266 goals.
Despite the fact that this season is set to put that record in jeopardy, he is still 35 goals short of Greaves’ total in matches for Spurs in the English Premier League. Kane must also win the Golden Boot one more time to match Thierry Henry’s four-time record in the Premier League era. Any domestic, European, or international honours are a striking missing from Kane’s list of accomplishments. Spurs have failed to win any trophies despite Kane leading the team in goals scored in each of the previous eight seasons across all competitions.
They finished second in the Premier League to Chelsea in 2016–17, and they lost to Liverpool in the 2019 Champions League final. Tottenham also lost to Manchester City in the EFL Cup final during that span, and they advanced to two FA Cup semifinals. And Tottenham manager Antonio Conte claims that the attacker would unquestionably trade personal records for championship medals.
The Italian remarked, “I know very well that Harry wants to trade his individual accomplishments for a trophy and he is working diligently for this.