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Harry Kane is aiming to become the third player to reach 200 Premier League goals

Harry Kane is aiming to become the third player to reach 200 Premier League goals
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane aims to turn out to be just the third player to reach 200 goals in the Premier League after scoring in a 2-0 victory over West Ham on Tuesday.

In his 200th appearance for the club, the England captain got his 137th league goal for Spurs.

Just Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney have passed 200 goals in the Premier League.

Kane said: “I am just 26 so ideally I will have the option to get to that 200 marks in the near future and go from that point.”

“Scoring is the world’s best inclination. 200 games … it’s going so fast, the years are flying by, and you must make its the vast majority,” he said to Sky Sports

Before getting a thigh injury that precluded him for a half year, Kane had last scored in December, and now has 12 goals for the season.

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho added: “I ‘m pleased with him [Kane], he’s been working a great deal, and there will be more news, and a more vibe for him now.”

Just Sergio Aguero of Manchester City-and just with 138-scored more goals for a solitary club in his initial 200 appearances in the Premier League than Kane accomplished for Tottenham (137).

Kane’s scored better than Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, who scored 131 for the Gunners in his initial 200 league games.

Also, Kane became just the eleventh outfield player to reach 200 appearances for Spurs in the Premier League. In their milestone match, another five scored-Sol Campbell, Teddy Sheringham, Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe, and Christian Eriksen.

The goal was also Kane’s ninth against West Ham, meaning he’s the fourth player in London derbies to score at least 30 Premier League goals (Thierry Henry, Teddy Sheringham, and Frank Lampard finish the rundown).

And if Kane scores 200 goals, he ‘d just become the third player in Premier League history to do as such, joining Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208) in the strides.