Harry Kane scored a superb free-kick in Tottenham’s clash with Brentford, breaking a record that Erling Haaland could still beat this season.
Kane scored a stunning free-kick, as he bent an effort into the top corner after a lay-off from Dejan Kulusevski, in what could be his final home game for the club.
The goal means that he has now scored in 25 different Premier League games, becoming the first ever player to do so, although Haaland has scored in 23 games this term, meaning he can still break the record himself.
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That would require him to score in each of Manchester City’s remaining three games, against Chelsea, Brighton and Brentford, while Kane would need to fail to score against Leeds on the final day.
Uncertainty continues to shroud Kane’s Spurs future. The England captain’s contract expires at the end of next season and he has been linked with a move to Manchester United this summer, while there has also reportedly been interest from PSG.
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Spurs end their season at Elland Road against Leeds, meaning he may have capped his final home game at the club with a goal, should he decide to leave.
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