With a dramatic penalty against Liverpool in today’s Premier League game at Anfield, Harry Kane reached a career milestone as a Tottenham Hotspur player.
The 24-year-old English professional footballer scored his 100th goal for the club after netting a 95th minute penalty in their 2-2 draw against Liverpool.
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Kane’s achievement in only 141 matches positions him at a vantage corner against Alan Shearer, who reached the target in 124 games.
Mohamed Salah’s third-minute opener at Anfield spurred Tottenham to an equalizer from Victor Wanyama’s stunning long-range strike in the 80th minute. With a minute after normal time, the visitors watched on helplessly as Salah netted a stunning second and then, Kane, who was offered a rare chance against Loris Karius from the spot kick, made no mistakes in restoring hopes for him team by denying Liverpool all three points.
That could have been Kane’s 101st but he earlier missed a penalty after being fouled by goalkeeper Loris Karius who then saved his kick.
Kane scored 29 goals last term and has already netted 22 in the 2017-18 season, prompting speculations that the likes of La Liga and Champions League holders Real Madrid will most likely intensify efforts aimed at wooing him over to Spain.