There’s no stopping Harry Kane. The English striker keeps getting better and better and his two goals against Nottingham forest in the Premier League mean he has reached another personal milestone: over 200 career goals.
Goal number 200 came in the 6th minute of the game after Dejan Kulusevski pounced on a loose ball in the centre of the park, and after the Swede carried the ball up the pitch, he found Kane in acres of space on the right hand side, allowing the Englishman to calmly slot the ball in the bottom left of Dean Henderson’s net.
Kane responded to well to his missed penalty, which was well saved by Forest’s loanee keeper Dean Henderson. His second goal came in minute 81, after he headed home a fantastic cross from Richarlison. This goal was his 187th in the Premier League and 201st in his career.
While the majority of Kane’s goals have scored during time at Tottenham, the Englishman also scored five and seven goals during loan spells at Millwall and Leyton Orient respectively.
Harry Kane is now joint third with Andy Cole on the Premier League’s all-time top goalscorers list. Wayne Rooney (208 goals) and Alan Shearer (260) are still ahead of the Spurs striker.
It’s only a matter of time before Kane catches the now DC United coach Wayne Rooney, and most people agree that if he stays at Spurs, he’ll most likely top the charts and overtake Shearer becoming the League’s highest scoring player of all time.