Harry Kane is unequivocally one of the best Premier League strikers ever, and some would argue the greatest.

Talismanic for his club and country, Kane burst onto the scene with Tottenham after several unsuccessful loan spells.

At a time of turmoil for the club, and with established names failing to produce, he seized his opportunity, beginning a career which has cemented his place among the greatest strikers of his generation.

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Much has been made of a lack of silverware through Kane’s career to date, but that does not detract from the player he has been. 

Records have tumbled for Kane over the last few years, let’s take a look at how many goals he’s scored and what honours he’s received. 

Harry Kane Goals For Tottenham

Harry Kane has scored a club record of 280 goals for Tottenham.

In February 2023, Kane scored his 267th goal for the north London club, overtaking Jimmy Greaves’ mark.

Kane also holds the record for the most goals scored for a single club in the Premier League, which was previously held by Sergio Aguero for Manchester City.

Speaking after passing Greaves, Kane said, “It's hard to put into words. Just a magical moment and I was so desperate to do it with a win as well.

“I wanted to win so bad. Once we went 1-0 up it was just about keeping a clean sheet. To do it in front of the home fans it's a moment I will never forget…

“Greaves is a complete hero, one of the best strikers to ever play the game. To be in that company's a special feeling, to overtake him, I'm sure his family will be watching and they'll be proud. Overall, a really good night.”

Next up for Kane is catching Alan Shearer’s record tally of 260 Premier League goals

Harry Kane England Goals

Harry Kane is England’s all-time leading goal scorer with 56 goals. Kane overtook Wayne Rooney for the record in March 2023, doing so in 39 fewer appearances for the Three Lions.

After winning the World Cup Golden Boot in 2018 and starring in England’s Euro 2020 and 2022 World Cup campaigns, Kane is also England’s all-time top scorer in major tournaments. 

Having missed a penalty against France in Qatar a few months prior, Kane scored from the spot to claim Rooney’s record.

Following the match, Kane said, “It means everything. We were so excited to put the England shirt back on and get the campaign started and it had to be a penalty of course.

“Once it hit the back of the net, so much emotion. So much thanks to the players, staff, fans, my wife and family... a magical moment. A great night to score and to win this game.  

“A big thanks to Wayne (for a congratulations message). I was on the pitch when he broke the record and I know what it meant to him. He said he’d be giving it back to me one day. A special guy and an England legend himself.”

Harry Kane Records

  • Tottenham’s all-time leading goal scorer, surpassing Jimmy Greaves in February 2023

  • Most goals for a single club in the Premier League, having overtaken Sergio Aguero in August 2022

  • In 2022-23, Kane scored in a joint-record 26 different Premier League matches

  • Most Premier League goals in a calendar year (39)

  • Most away goals in the Premier League, overtaking Wayne Rooney’s previous record of 95 during the 2022-23 campaign

  • Only Premier League player to score against every team he has faced

  • One of three players in Premier League history to score 200 goals in the competition along with fellow England strikers Alan Shearer and Rooney

  • Spurs’ all-time leading scorer in European competitions, with 21 goals more than anyone else

  • England’s all-time leading goal scorer, passing Rooney’s record in March 2023

  • Most goals in competitive matches for England, and most goals in major tournaments, including the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup

  • Between September and November 2019, Kane tied the England record for the most consecutive matches scored in

  • Most goals in a World Cup qualifying campaign for England (12, 2022)

  • Joint-most goals for England in a World Cup qualifying match (Four against San Marino in November 2021)

  • Most goals in a Euros qualifying campaign for England (12, 2020)

  • Most England goals in a calendar year (16 in 2021)

  • Kane’s 13 goal contributions in the first six matches of 2019-20 were a Premier League record

  • Kane became the fastest player to score 20 Champions League goals, requiring just 24 appearances

Harry Kane Goals By Season

  • Leyton Orient, 2010-11 – 18 appearances, 5 goals

  • Millwall, 2011-12 – 27 appearances, 9 goals

  • Tottenham, 2011-12 – 6 appearances, 1 goal

  • Norwich, 2012-13 – 5 appearances, 0 goals

  • Leicester, 2012-13 – 15 appearances, 2 goals

  • Tottenham, 2012-13 – 1 appearance, 0 goals

  • Tottenham, 2013-14 – 19 appearances, 4 goals

  • Tottenham, 2014-15 – 51 appearances, 31 goals

  • Tottenham, 2015-16 – 50 appearances, 28 goals

  • Tottenham, 2016-17 – 38 appearances, 35 goals

  • Tottenham, 2017-18 – 48 appearances, 41 goals

  • Tottenham, 2018-19 – 40 appearances, 24 goals

  • Tottenham, 2019-20 – 34 appearances, 24 goals

  • Tottenham, 2020-21 – 49 appearances, 33 goals

  • Tottenham, 2021-22 – 50 appearances, 27 goals

  • Tottenham, 2022-23 – 49 appearances, 32 goals

Harry Kane Awards

  • Premier League Player of the Month – January 2015, February 2015, March 2016, February 2017, September 2017, December 2017, March 2022

  • PFA Premier League Team of the Year – 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2020-21

  • PFA Young Player of the Year – 2014-15

  • Tottenham Player of the Year – 2014-15, 2020-21, 2022-23

  • Premier League Golden Boot – 2015-16, 2016-17, 2020-21

  • Premier League Playmaker of the Season – 2020-21

  • England Player of the Year – 2017, 2018

  • FIFA World Cup Golden Boot – 2018

  • FIFA World Cup Dream Team – 2018

  • IFFHS’ World’s Best Top Goal Scorer – 2017

  • Freedom of the City Of London – 2023


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