Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has surpassed former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry to climb the French Premier League all-time scoring list with two goals against Everton in round 28 of the English Premier League (5-0). Kane scored 176 goals, while Henry scored 175.
Kane can surpass Argentina's Sergio Agüero and England's Frank Lampard, who each scored 177 goals in the Premier League, in the upcoming games.
The best striker - Englishman Alan Shearer with 260 goals. The second place went to Englishman Wayne Rooney (208 goals), the third - to Englishman Andy Cole (187 goals).