Harry Kane will become Tottenham’s greatest ever player, with the striker one goal from becoming the club’s top scorer.
Spurs’ 1-0 win at Fulham was a history-making night for match-winner Kane, whose goal saw him go level with the great Jimmy Greaves for goals scored for Spurs – despite being unwell.
Kane also has 199 Premier League goals and at 29 years old he has the chance of catching Alan Shearer’s record of 260 strikes.
Time will tell if the striker will become the Premier League’s all-time top scorer but you’d bet your house on him to get one more goal and surpass Greaves’ Spurs goals tally.
And Sky Sports analyst Jamie Carragher believes Kane will go down as Tottenham’s greatest ever player.
“It feels like it’s going so quick,” Carragher told Sky Sports. “Year after year, he’s always there scoring 25-30 goals a season.
“We’ve seen players for years, we’ll see them in the future having one or two seasons but when you think of the absolute greats, not of Tottenham but the Premier League, of the First Division if you go back further, and we are doing it with Jimmy Greaves, he is one of the best we’ve seen, there’s no doubt about that.
“Think at the end of his career hell go past Jimmy Greaves we know that, he’ll go down as Tottenham’s greatest player.”
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Spurs boss Antonio Conte echoed these claims as he revealed his striker starred at Craven Cottage despite being under the weather.
“Harry played with a fever,” Conte told talkSPORT. “He was not so well but he wanted to play and to be a point of reference for the team.
“Harry is Tottenham. It’s very clear he has Tottenham in his heart.”
Kane boasts a very impressive 16 goals in 21 Premier League appearances this season, a tally that could’ve easily gone unnoticed due to the excellent form of Erling Haaland, who has 25 in the top flight.
Reacting to his record equalling goal, Kane wrote on Twitter: “Needed a win like that after a tough couple of results. Very proud to level Jimmy Greaves’ record just looking for one more to break it now!”
But Jason Cundy believes Kane is the all-round better striker and would even be a better fit in the Manchester City team than the Norwegian superstar.
“I’m a fan of both Haaland and Kane but right now Harry Kane is a better frontman than Haaland,” Cundy said on The Sports Bar.
“Harry Kane is a better fit for Man City than Haaland. He’s a better all-round player technically and he’s better in terms of linking up play. He can drop deep, players can run beyond him.
“That’s what City used to do loads, they’d have a false nine last year and players running beyond.
“Put Kane in that team, he scores the same amount of goals as Haaland. He’s that good, he’s playing for Spurs for God sake!”