Player Watch Player Watch: Harry Kane

yusrisafri

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This is wrong. Someone has changed it from 159 to 162 over night. If the club announce it as 159 then it's 159.

Or harry is claiming llorentes hat trick.
So where can we get the actual stats? The spurs website does not have these stats, which is quite disappointing. The club's website should be where all information of our history and statistics should be
 

longtimespur

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So where can we get the actual stats? The spurs website does not have these stats, which is quite disappointing. The club's website should be where all information of our history and statistics should be
I have seen it on the official site but can't remember whereabouts. They usually put it up every time he equals another former players' total. So next is Martin Chivers in15 goals time.
 

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Aguero has also been in a largely dominant team. Put Kane in city team I reckon he’d hit 40 PL goals a season.
Not sure about this one - reason being if you watch City you can tell none of the players are focussed on individual stats - the majority of their goals are team goals and the scorer is usually the one in the best position to score.

If you compare them to us - anywhere within 20 yards Kane, Son, Eriksen, Deli etc are looking for the final ball or a goal - we all know assists and goals are highly incentivised via pay at Spurs; is it the difference between performance related salary vs bigger general salary? It's a tough one..
 

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Best striker in the world. I love Aguero and in some areas he is better, but in terms of all round ability Kane is untouchable. The quality he is producing when dropping into midfield is unbelievable. Some of the passing, hold up play and vision is amazing. I remember an interview with him last season where he was saying that he really needs to improve his assist stats. How many does he have this season?

He'll beat that record by the time he is 31! I reckon he could get 300+.

What a player.
 

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He’s got 159 = with the welsh wizard

Wiki is bollox sometimes

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Some interesting percentage stats there. Lamela weighinging in as nearly 1in 5 and lucas close to 1 in 4 is better than I thought and for our back ups effectively is not bad at all. Also thought Bale scored more than 55 especially with those 2 good seasons. Dimitar also surprised me with close to 1 in 2.
 

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Todays goal against Chelsea was Kane's 160th and means he overtakes Cliff Jones as our 4th all time top scorer.

Goals Apps

1. Jimmy Greaves 266 376 (apps)
2. Bobby Smith 208 317
3. Martin Chivers 174 367
4. Harry Kane 160 243


Well done Harry, great achievement!!

Also, he's the first Spurs player ever to score 20 goals in 5 consecutive seasons.

Not bad for a 25 year old, 5 season wonder!
 
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Col_M

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Todays goal against Chelsea was Kane's 160th and means he overtakes Cliff Jones as our 4th all time top scorer.

1. Jimmy Greaves
I have seen it on the official site but can't remember whereabouts. They usually put it up every time he equals another former players' total. So next is Martin Chivers in15 goals time.
Big Chiv. Him and Pat Jennings are why I supported Spurs. To see someone on par Is incredible.
 

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Todays goal against Chelsea was Kane's 160th and means he overtakes Cliff Jones as our 4th all time top scorer.

Goals Apps

1. Jimmy Greaves 266 376 (apps)
2. Bobby Smith 208 317
3. Martin Chivers 174 367
4. Harry Kane 160 243


Well done Harry, great achievement!!

Also, he's the first Spurs player ever to score 20 goals in 5 consecutive seasons.

Not bad for a 25 year old, 5 season wonder!
Greavsie scored 20 or more in the League alone in 7 seasons (1961/62-1964/65 and 1966/67-1968/69). The season he missed that landmark, 1965/66, was when he was recovering from hepatitis. Even then he scored 15 in 29 League games, which most forwards would be reasonably pleased with.
 
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In the past couple of months Kane has gone up a level. If Harry is playing we always have a chance as I think he will prove in the second leg. He is, without doubt, the best centre forward of his type in the world. There is no one anywhere near him. He can drop off and put inch perfect passes through, draws fouls like an expert.
He will win us something this season.
 

southlondonyiddo

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In the past couple of months Kane has gone up a level. If Harry is playing we always have a chance as I think he will prove in the second leg. He is, without doubt, the best centre forward of his type in the world. There is no one anywhere near him. He can drop off and put inch perfect passes through, draws fouls like an expert.
He will win us something this season.
Do you know which one he will win for us? I can get a bet on.....
 

WorcesterTHFC

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If anyone makes over 50 appearances, I bet they don't get anywhere near Ted Harper's goal ratio.....
For the record, he played 63 League games, scoring 62 goals, from 1928/29 to 1931/32. Although his time with us was entirely in the old Second Division, that scoring rate is still a bit tasty. By contrast, his 4 FA Cup games for us brought just 1 goal.
 

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Thanks for posting. That’s a really good table. Do you know what would make it better though...international appearances and goals. For example, Bobby Smith hit 13 goals in 15 games for England. That’s pretty amazing.
Billy nich scored for england with his only touch of the ball.
 
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