Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane hit another milestone with his 200th goal for the club as they swept aside Ludogorets 3-1 in the Europa League.
The Englishman has been impressive for Jose Mourinho’s side this season, with the strike on Thursday his twelfth of the campaign in all competitions.
The 27-year-old is currently third on Tottenham’s all-time scoring list, eight goals behind second-placed Bobby Smith and 66 behind Greaves.
It’s just a matter of time before he’s caught up with the two giants ahead of him, even though he’s played the talk down.
“It’s not on my mind,” Kane told BT Sport when asked about moving above the duo.
“It’s something that you guys will let me know once I pass that. These are all great things. It’s kind of hard to take them in when you’re playing. Once you finish your career you take them all in.
“Time goes so quick, it feels like yesterday I was scoring that first goal for Spurs. It’s a great achievement to reach 200 goals, but for sure hopefully, there’s a few more left. Let’s keep them coming.”
The win against the Bulgarian side moved Spurs to top of their group, albeit on goal difference as they have similar points with both Royal Antwerp and LASK.