Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane, on Wednesday, broke Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney’s record for the most-away goals scored by a player in the Premier League’s history, LivesoccerTV reports.
Kane achieved the feat after scoring in his side’s Premier League 2-0 victory over Brighton on Wednesday night.
Tottenham defeated Brighton at the Falmer Stadium, thanks to two goals from Cristian Romero and Kane.
However, Kane has now scored 95 goals in 139 appearances away from home in the Premier League, breaking Rooney’s record and becoming the competition’s all-time top scorer in away games.
The England captain achieved the feat by making 104 appearances fewer than Rooney.
As things stand, Kane has also scored more Premier League goals than Chelsea legend Frank Lampard with his goal against Brighton, taking his total tally to 176.
The 28-year-old is now into the competition’s top five all-time top-scorers, with only Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Sergio Aguero, and Rooney having more goals than him.