The English striker scored two goals in Tottenham Hotspur’s overwhelming home victory over Everton. Kane’s two goals have taken his total number of Premier League goals from 174 to 176 league goals.
As it stands, Harry Kane has now scored one goal more than Thierry Henry who retired from professional football in 2012. Kane is now the 6th all-time highest goalscorer in Premier League history.
Below are the top eight all-time highest goalscorers in the Premier League history
- Alan Shearer – 260 goals
Alan Shearer played for Southampton, Blackburn, and made himself a legend at Newcastle United between 1996 and 2006. In his years in those clubs, Alan Shearer scored 260 Premier League games.
The 51-year-old English footballer who is now a pundit retired from professional football in 2006.
- Wayne Rooney – 208 goals
Wayne Rooney played for Everton and Manchester United between 2002 and 2018. He became a Premier League legend at United. Rooney scored 208 Premier League goals before he left the league for Major League Soccer side D. C. United.
The 36-year-old English striker who is now a coach retired from professional football in 2021.
- Andy Cole – 187 goals
Andy Cole played for a series of English clubs including Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Newcastle United, and Fulham. Cole scored 187 goals in the Premier League. The 50-year-old English striker retired from football in 2008.
- Sergio Aguero – 184 goals
Sergio Aguero made his name in the Premier League at Manchester City. Before he left the Premier League side for FC Barcelona in 2021, the Argentine striker scored 184 league goals. The 33-year-old Argentine striker was forced to retire in December 2021 due to a heart-related disease.
- Frank Lampard – 177 goals
Frank Lampard is the 5th all-time highest goalscorer in the Premier League despite being a midfielder. The English football legend played for West Ham United, Chelsea, and Manchester City. Lampard who made his name at Chelsea scored 177 league goals before he joined Major League Soccer side New York City.
The 43-year-old English football icon who is now a coach retired from professional football in 2016.
- Harry Kane – 176 goals
Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane is the only active player on the list. The 28-year-old English striker is now the 6th all-time highest goalscorer in the Premier League.
So far, Harry Kane has scored 176 Premier League goals. His contract with Tottenham Hotspur will expire on June 30, 2024.
176 – Tottenham striker Harry Kane has netted 176 Premier League goals, with only five players managing more in the history of the competition (Shearer 260, Rooney 208, Andrew Cole 187, Agüero 184 and Lampard 177). Chasing. pic.twitter.com/Nfcw6mturj— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 7, 2022
- Thierry Henry – 175 goals
Thierry Henry made his name in the Premier League at Arsenal between 1999 and 2007. The French footballer scored 175 goals in the Premier League for Arsenal before he joined FC Barcelona in 2007.
The 44-year-old French ex-footballer who is now Belgium’s assistant coach retired from professional football in 2012.
- Robbie Fowler – 163 goals
Robbie Fowler played for Liverpool, Manchester City, Leeds United, and other English clubs between 1993 and 2012. The English striker scored 163 goals before he retired from professional football in 2012. The 46-year-old ex-English footballer is now a coach.
Harry Kane speaking to Thierry Henry about breaking the Premier League goalscoring record. pic.twitter.com/YUCtn0hGYe— Sky Sports Retro (@SkySportsRetro) March 7, 2022