Harry Kane quiet on Spurs future after equalling Jimmy Greaves’ record of 266 goals to become joint-top scorer EVER

    HARRY KANE equalled Jimmy Greaves’ Tottenham goal record to become the club’s joint-top scorer with a instinctive finish in the 1-0 win over Fulham.

    The Spurs and England striker had netted 265 goals across all competitions in 414 games before Monday’s fixture – one behind legend Greaves.

    Harry Kane equalled Greaves' Spurs goal record


    Harry Kane equalled Greaves’ Spurs goal recordCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun
    It took Kane 415 games to reach the milestone


    It took Kane 415 games to reach the milestoneCredit: Reuters
    Jimmy Greaves scored 266 goals in 379 games for Spurs


    Jimmy Greaves scored 266 goals in 379 games for SpursCredit: Getty

    And just before half-time at Craven Cottage, Kane fired in goal No266 after being teed up by Son Heung-min.

    Kane‘s killer instinct kicked in and the England captain didn’t need to look before finding the bottom right corner to win the game.

    Kane’s 20-yard strike was also his 199th goal in the Premier League.

    He said: “To get the goal and equal the record was a nice feeling. I’ve been playing football long enough to know where the goal is.

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    “That’s just instinct. That’s just being a striker, the joy of scoring goals.”

    Despite the personal accolades, Kane has still yet to taste silverware with Tottenham. but a move is not on his mind.

    Kane is about to enter the final year of his deal in North London.

    And reports claimed on Monday that Kane would be willing to extend his stay at Tottenham if the “circumstances are right”.

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    But Kane would not be drawn on his future.

    Kane added: “I am concentrating on this season.

    “There will always be talk about my future, I just want to focus on my job on the pitch.

    “There is a long way to go, a lot to play for like the Champions League, FA Cup and that is what my focus is on.”

    “We are little bit behind where we want to be but tonight was important.

    “We had a good talk amongst ourselves, just to get back to what we are good at, clean sheets, compact and hard to break down.

    “Then we know we will have a chance to score and have players who can do that.”

    Despite their recent struggles, Antonio Conte‘s side are fifth in the league, and have moved within three points of fourth-place Manchester United with Monday’s victory at Fulham.

    They’re also in the knockout stages of the Champions League and travel to Preston in the FA Cup fourth round next weekend.

    But if Spurs aren’t able to convince Kane to stay, they’ll face a huge decision this summer.

    Kane’s strike was his 16th in the Premier League this season.

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    But his fine goal-scoring form has been overshadowed by the ruthlessness of Erling Haaland.

    The Manchester City striker has an astonishing 25 Prem goals in just 19 games played.


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