Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been around for some time now, and hasn’t stopped scoring since his first season in a Spurs shirt.
Over the past few years, Tottenham’s academy man has picked up two golden boot awards in the Premier League, as well as one at the World Cup.
He has also captained his country to their best World Cup finish in 28 years, taken them to a Nations League semi-final, and been awarded with an MBE by the Queen.
There isn’t a lot left for the striker to do apart form start lifting trophies, but his goal scoring record is more than good enough to do so.
Harry Kane could easily walk into any side on the planet, but let’s hope he stays at Spurs to win his silverware.
Since the 2014-15 season, Kane has now scored 118 goals, which already sounds hugely impressive, but when you put it next to his rival clubs, it’s simply outstanding.
In the same time, Arsenal strikers in total have scored only 105 goals. Manchester United strikers have grabbed 101, with Chelsea on 91 and Liverpool just 83.
Take a bow, Harry!
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