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Harry Kane of Tottenham moves up to third place all-time in Premier League goal scoring. When might he surpass Alan Shearer’s mark?

Premier League all-time top scorers: Where does Harry Kane rank in history?  Can he break the record? | Sporting News Australia

Premier League all-time top scorers: Where does Harry Kane rank in history?  Can he break the record? | Sporting News Australia

Harry Kane scored in Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-1 victory over Fulham on Saturday to move into third place overall on the all-time Premier League goals list.

With his fifth goal of the year, the England captain has now outscored former Manchester United striker Andy Cole (187) for the most goals scored since the Premier League was created in 1992.

Kane can now focus on Wayne Rooney, who finished in second place and scored a total of 208 goals in 491 Premier League games for Everton and Manchester United throughout his career. Alan Shearer, a legendary player for Newcastle United who led the Premier League scoring charts for two decades with a total of 260 goals in 441 games, is still far ahead.

Since Kane is the only player still playing in the top 10 players, he has a great chance of breaking the record before hanging up his boots. There’s a chance he could move up to second place on the list this year.

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