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Harry Kane creates history after his penalty against Chelsea in Carabao Cup semi-final



Harry Kane of Tottenham

Harry Kane after the 1-0 win over Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg

Harry Kane keeps breaking records for Tottenham, and the latest one certainly is worth talking about. The Englishman scored the winner in our Carabao Cup semi-final first leg tie against Chelsea and has notched up 20+ goals in five consecutive seasons now.

Kane became the first Spurs player to do so, according to a club release, and the Englishman beat several former stars to the achievement.

Jimmy Greaves hit 20+ goals in seven seasons at Spurs but he had four 20+ goal seasons in a row before he hit 16 in the 1965-66 season.

Bobby Smith and Martin Chivers also hit four successive 20+ goal seasons but Kane is playing on another level.

The Englishman’s goal against Chelsea was his 160th for the club, and it moved him to fourth on the all-time scorers’ list.

The 25-year-old moved above Cliff Jones into fourth place, and the sky is the limit regarding what he could achieve here at Tottenham.

Harry Kane and Dele Alli of Tottenham

Harry Kane (L) and Dele Alli celebrate against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg

The Englishman had a wonderful World Cup with the Three Lions as he led them to the semi-finals. Kane picked up the Golden Boot too and was awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours list.

The next prize for the England captain has to be some silverware with Tottenham. Spurs are in a great position in the Carabao Cup and have progressed into the fourth round of the FA Cup as well.

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The real tests will be the Champions League and Premier League, but with Kane on our side, we have a chance of winning the titles.