Kane equals Spurs’ scoring record in win over Fulham. When Harry Kane scored his 266th goal for the team against Fulham in a 1-0 victory on Monday, he surpassed Jimmy Greaves as Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer.
At Craven Cottage, the England captain scored just before halftime with a precise shot from the outside of the penalty area.
Greaves’ Tottenham record had remained since 1970, but Kane now shares the distinction thanks to his first goal in his last three matches.
The 29-year-old is currently one goal away from joining Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney as the third player to score 200 Premier League goals (208).
Kane scored his 53rd goal for England in the World Cup quarterfinal loss to France in December, tying him with Wayne Rooney for the record for most goals scored by England.
Greaves, who passed away in 2021 at the age of 81, is recognized as one of the game’s most gifted goal scorers.
Greaves, a part of the 1966 England team that won the World Cup and scored 44 goals for his nation, holds the record for most goals scored in English Premier League history with 357.