“Kane” beat Henry up to sixth all-time Premier League goalscorer

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane scored his 176th Premier League goal as he overtook Thierry Henry to become sixth in the middle of the league’s all-time scoring list.

Good form alone scored two goals as his “Golden Spikes” army thrashed Everton 5-0, his 10th in the league this season and 18th in all competitions.

Harry Kane is now ahead of Thierry Henry in the all-time Premier League goal scoring charts after his brace against Everton on Monday evening.

The 28-year-old scored his 175th goal in the competition in the first-half after breaking the Toffees’ high-line and the Spurs striker then netted for the 176th time early into the second-half with a superb finish from a tight angle as the hosts went 5-0 up against the visitors. The ufabet report.

Kane is now sixth in the all-time goal scoring charts, sitting one behind Everton manager Frank Lampard, rather ironically.

Made his total goals in the Premier League Added to 176 goals, surpassing Arsenal legend Henry’s 175 who made it sixth and only one goal behind fifth-placed Frank Lampard.

Other rankings are as follows:

1. Alan Shearer 260 goals

2. Wayne Rooney 208 goals

3. Andy Cole 187 goals

4. Sergio Aguero 184 goals

5. Frank Lampard 177 goals

6. Harry Kane 176 goals