Harry Kane has been reflecting on his goalscoring achievements after becoming Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time leading goalscorer, and has revealed on Instagram (via talkSPORT) what he believes to be his most memorable goal for the club so far.

Tottenham claimed a crucial victory over Manchester City at the weekend, with Kane scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win.

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It was a typically cool finish from the 29-year-old, as he took his tally to 19 goals for the season (Transfermarkt).

In a wider sense, it was a significant goal for Kane as he joined the 200 club along with Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer in the list of the Premier League’s all-time top goalscorers.

The Spurs man also became the quickest to achieve the feat, reaching the milestone in just 304 games.

There was real cause for celebration though, as the goal also saw Kane overtake Jimmy Greaves to become Spurs’ all-time leading goalscorer (GOAL).

Greaves record of 266 goals had stood for over 50 years, but Kane’s tally of 267 is now the number to beat.

Reflecting on all the goals he has scored for Spurs, Kane shared what he considers his most memorable goal out of the 267.

It should come as no surprise that he plumped for his goal in a 5-1 win against Sunderland from April 2014, marking his first Premier League start with a goal.

Kane said: “I worked so hard for an opportunity in the Premier League, I was so excited and just wanted to score. That feeling was just unreal.”

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I can only imagine the feeling of stepping up for your first start in the Premier League and putting the ball in the back of the net, especially in front of the home crowd, too.

It’s amazing to think how far Kane has come since then, and how many more great goals we are likely to see from him.

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