Harry Kane scored his 200th Tottenham goal in Thursday’s Europa League clash with Ludogorets.
The England captain rose highest to meet Lucas Moura’s corner in the 13th minute and head beyond goalkeeper Plamen Iliev. Kane reached his double century for Spurs in 300 appearances across all competitions and has hit 12 hat-tricks. He has scored 121 goals with his right foot, 44 with his left and 34 with his head, plus one with another part of his body, with 177 of those coming inside the box and 23 from outside. The 27-year-old has scored 30 penalties but just one direct free-kick. Kane’s favourite opposition from a goals perspective are Leicester City, the striker having scored 15 times in 13 appearances against the Foxes. He has always enjoyed London derbies too, managing 11 goals in 13 games against West Ham, six in 15 against Chelsea and 10 in 13 matches with fierce rivals Arsenal. Former team-mate Christian Eriksen set up 26 of Kane’s Spurs goals, more than any other player, with Dele Alli (20) and Son Heung-min (18) next on that list.