Some Spurs fans on social media are convinced that Harry Kane is the best striker in the world and could go on to become the club’s greatest ever player after he reached another major milestone during the North Londoner’s 3-1 win over Ludogorets.
Kane has started this season on-fire, having registered twelve goals and ten assists already across all competitions (tranfermarkt.com).
The 27-year-old is not showing any signs of slowing down either as he scored the opener against Ludogorets with a well-placed header before finding Lucas Moura with an excellent low cross for the Brazilian to tap in.
The England captain entered the Premier League’s all-time top 10 goalscorers list with his goal against Brighton on Sunday and he has now reached an even more significant milestone.
Kane’s goal against the Bulgarian side on Thursday was his 200th strike in a Spurs shirt in 300 appearances.
Only Bobby Smith with 208 and Jimmy Greaves with 266 have scored more goals for the club in its 138-year history.
Some Spurs fans are convinced that it is only a matter of time before Kane crosses Greaves’ tally.
One Career Wonder!!
— Alok Badri (@alok_TTID) November 5, 2020
— Sudeep Simkhada (@simkhadasudeep9) November 6, 2020
200 goals in 300 competitive games
You can't tell me there's a better striker in the world currently
Mr Harry Kane pic.twitter.com/uhAhiAmLc3
— MV🇷🇺 (@VamosYids) November 5, 2020
What a player. I hope Spurs win trophies for him to add to this brilliant goal tally https://t.co/woL2LlYUcR
— Stephen Geldenhuys (@StephenGeldenh1) November 5, 2020
Kane is our greatest ever player
— Harambe is alive (@Harri_thedon) November 5, 2020
Best striker in the world and it’s not even close https://t.co/MGUXHgH0eB
— N A T H (@Nath_THFC) November 5, 2020
Put some respect on his name https://t.co/odQJQEejTT
— Musa Nafi (@MusaNafi1) November 5, 2020
200 goals in 300 appearances is phenomenal. Absolute goal machine!
— Shay (@ShaySpurs) November 6, 2020
1 of our own
— The Spurs Express (@TheSpursExpress) November 5, 2020
Deserves a trophy. Let’s hope it’s this season 🤞
— stewart smith (@stewart_smit) November 6, 2020
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