Harry Kane Reaches Two Huge Milestones For Spurs Thanks To Goal Against Chelsea
Previously, Kane had been level with Cliff Jones on 159 goals to hold the joint fourth spot but the England skipper has nudged ahead of one of the great names in Spurs' history.
It wasn't the only milestone to be reached by the England skipper on Tuesday under the Wembley lights - he has now scored at least 20 goals in five straight seasons.
Still only 25, Kane now has third spot in his sights which is currently occupied by Martin Chivers who scored 174 goals from 367 appearances. Kane achieved his latest milestone in 243 games.
The top two goal scorers in Spurs' history are Bobby Smith who netted 208 times in 317 games and top of the list is the great Jimmy Greaves who scored 266 goals in 379 appearances.
Kane's goal against Chelsea meant he became the first Tottenham player to score at least 20 in five successive seasons. The penalty also meant Kane has scored in each of his last six games - the second time in his career that he has achieved his feat.
The started with his 31-goal campaign in 2014-15, which he followed with a 28-goal season a year later.
Kane scored 28 goals the next season before last term he scored 41 goals for Spurs in 48 games in 2017-18.
As well as scoring against Chelsea, Kane scored against Tranmere, Cardiff, Wolves, Bournemouth and Everton.