Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane scored against Fulham in the Premier League today (January 23) to equal the club’s all-time scoring record of 266 goals held by the late Jimmy Greaves.
The England forward fired a right-foot shot on the turn to give his side the lead on the stroke of halftime.
It was the only score of the match at the end of play.
Greaves played for Spurs from 1961 until 1970, while Kane made his debut for the north London club in August 2011.
Kane’s 266 goals have arrived in 415 appearances while Greaves scored 266 in 379 games for the north London club.