Harry Kane, the star and scorer of Tottenham Hotspur, has equaled the number of French legend Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal player, in the list of historical scorers in Premier League.
Tottenham ended the first half of their match against Everton with a 3-0 lead, in the match they are currently meeting at the “Tottenham Hotspur” stadium, in the 28th round of Premier League.
Harry Kane is equal to the legend Terry Henry, and reaches his 175th goal as the sixth historical scorer in Premier League.
Tottenham are looking to continue victories at Everton’s expense, after they swept Leeds United 4-0 in the 27th round of Premier League.
For his part, Tottenham coach Antonio Conte insists on competing with Manchester United, West Ham and Arsenal, who are fourth, fifth and sixth in the Premier League, for the qualification for the Champions League next season.
On the other hand, the Everton team is going through a series of disastrous results in Premier League this season, which toppled it to the bottom of the competition table, as it fell to the 17th place before facing Tottenham.
Everton lost the last two rounds of the Premier League against Southampton and Manchester City, respectively.