Harry Kane sets Premier League record for most goals scored by a single team in Soccer

Harry Kane sets Premier League record for most goals scored by a single team in Soccer – On Saturday, Harry Kane broke a Premier League record most goals scored for a single club when his header gave Tottenham Hotspur a 1-0 home win against Wolverhampton Wanderers and propelled them to the top of the standings.

Tottenham were outplayed in the first half but were a different team after the break, with Kane scoring his 185th Premier League goal in the 64th minute.

Kane has scored more goals for a single club in Premier League history than any other player, surpassing Sergio Aguero’s total for Manchester City.

Wolves, now winless in their previous 10 Premier League games, had 12 shots on goal to Tottenham’s one in the first half, but were unable to capitalize.

Kane and Son Heung-min were both denied by the crossbar before Kane scored from a corner kick that was touched on by Ivan Perisic.

It was Tottenham’s 1,000th Premier League home goal and gave them seven points after three games, one more than champions Manchester City, who play on Sunday, and Arsenal, who play later on Saturday.

Wolves have earned one point in their first three games.

Harry Kane sets Premier League record
Harry Kane sets Premier League record

During a disappointing first half in which Wolves gained in confidence and often breached Tottenham’s defense, Hugo Lloris was not truly threatened.

As he did last week when he scored a late equalizer against Chelsea, he used his predatory instincts to devastating effect.

Minutes after heading a Dejan Kulusevski cross against the crossbar, Kane found space in the area and scored one of the easiest goals of his career, beating Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa.

“In the Premier League, the last nine or ten years have been phenomenal. Hopefully many years remain. Always like scoring, “Kane said when asked about surpassing Aguero’s record.

It was Kane’s 250th goal for Spurs in all competitions, adding to his already impressive record.

“Credit to Wolves for making things tough. In the second half, we emerged with vigor. We created opportunities and pushed harder. We deserved to score “he remarked.

Kane agreed that despite Tottenham’s good start to the season, they need to improve.

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“To the lads’ credit, they dug deep. We must start games more effectively. We must make progress. But a measure of a successful team is winning while playing below par “he remarked.

The Wolves, who started seven Portuguese players, will regret not capitalizing on an outstanding first half.

Ruben Neves fired an attempt wide, Daniel Podence squandered an opportunity, and Matheus Nunes, making his Premier League debut, came closest with a header that drifted agonizingly beyond of the Tottenham goal.

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