By Amin Nyaungo
WITH the tender age of 24, British striker Harry Kane is one of the European most coveted stars after a sublime spell in the English Premier League.
Reports say Kane has break the records of Teddy Sheringham, Robbie Keane and Jermain Defoe
Kane has made a record in his wake by becoming Tottenham's highest scorer in the Premier League.
England striker Kane rounded off a stellar 2017 by breaking Allan Shearer's record for the most Premier League goals and outscored Barcelona and Argentina superstar Lionel Messi for club and country over the 12-month period.
Kane has picked up in 2018, netting a brace against AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup before another double against Everton at Wembley on Saturday took him past Teddy Sheringham's previous Premier League best for Spurs.
Sherringham netted 97 in the top flight for Tottenham across two spells, placing him ahead of Robbie Keane and Jermain Defoe on 91.
But club chairman Daniel Levy insists that there is no chance of the England ace leaving White Hart Lane Ground anytime soon.
Kane is now on 98 goals scored, having punished Everton twice after half-time, with Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen also on target to put Mauricio Pochettino's men on course for a dominant 4-0 win.
The 24-year-old now has 20 Premier League goals this term and 28 in all competitions during this season.
Other Spurs players who scored more goals, Robbie Keane 91 goals for the 238 apps,Jermain Defoe 91 goals for the 276 games, Chriss Armstrong 48 goals for 141 games and Gareth Bale 42 goals for 146.