Harry Kane’s goal made Tottenham 1-0 victory over Wolves and made Premier League history.
The England captain scored his 185th goal in the Premier League heading home late on Saturday. This is his most-scoring record for one club during his EPL era in modern times.
That took him past Sergio Aguero for fourth on the all-time top scorer list and his 250th goal in all competitions for Spurs, putting Jimmy Greaves’ record of 266 under threat this season. It has been.
His goal was also Tottenham’s 1000th Premier League goal at home, giving Spurs the win and extending their unbeaten start to the season.
Kane and partner in crime Son Heung-min hit the woodwork with a much improved display in the second half.
The Wolves were the better team in the first 45 minutes and will probably find themselves struggling as record-breaking signing Mateus Nunes missed his best chance in the first half.
The loss leaves Bruno Large’s side with just one point from the first three games as they resume the season slowly.
Having won here in 2020 and last season, and enjoying playing at Tottenham’s new home, they may have envisioned their chances this afternoon.
We could only create half-chances, but the best moment came five minutes before half-time: Rubén Neves picked Nunes with his header just wide and Hugo Lloris took root. .
Kane nearly scored in the 50th minute as he headed into the crossbar from a Dejan Kulusevski cross and blocked another attempt when the Swede teed him up again.
The Spurs pressure finally paid off in the 64th minute, with Kane scoring the record.
Perisic fended off Son’s cross and Kane nodded from close range to move past Aguero to join the list of all-time scorers, with Andrew Cole aiming for runner-up with 187 points.
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