Harry Kane scored his 250th club goal in Tottenham’s dramatic 3-2 win at Leicester – 11 years after his first strike for Leyton Orient.
But Kane’s goal was a particularly hard blow for Marc Albrighton, who only minutes before produced a heroic goal-line clearance to keep Spurs at bay.
Kane, 28, equalised for the visitors in the 38th minute at the King Power Stadium.
He bamboozled Leicester defender Caglar Soyuncu with some silky footwork before curling a shot home from a narrow angle.
And it marked a memorable moment for the England captain, moving him onto 250 club career goals.
Kane now has 234 goals in 365 for Tottenham, who he joined in 2004 aged 11.
Remarkably, Kane’s 250th goal came almost 11 years to the day of his first-ever strike while on loan at Leyton Orient.
That is naughty from Harry Kane! 💀
Sat Soyuncu down and finished emphatically 😅
18 goals in 17 appearances vs. Leicester for the Spurs man 🔥 pic.twitter.com/Xepa3Avzus
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 19, 2022