Harry Kane is one of the world’s best strikers and a total machine in front of goal.
Since his debut with Tottenham, the England captain has gone from strength to strength and is now a world-class player.
His career has been incredibly successful from a personal perspective but hasn’t lived up to its potential in terms of trophies.
Despite this, Kane has still racked up insane numbers across his career and will surely only add to them as time goes on.
Here is a full breakdown of his career record so far…
Harry Kane career statistics
Tottenham – 430 appearances – 278 goals – 64 assists
Leyton Orient – 18 appearances – 5 goals – 0 assists
Millwall – 27 appearances – 9 goals – 5 assists
Norwich City – 5 appearances – 0 goals – 1 assist
Leicester City – 15 appearances – 2 goals – 0 assists
England – 89 appearances – 62 goals – 19 assists
Bayern Munich – 18 appearances – 22 goals – 7 assists
Before Kane’s breakthrough at Tottenham, he had four separate loan spells with Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester.
None of these moves were failures, but no one would have predicted what Kane would become based on these temporary deals.
The striker didn’t exactly rip up any trees.
Of course, we all know how things worked out for Kane, but it’s strange to see how average his loan spells were.
By the time Kane left Tottenham, he was the club’s record goalscorer and the second-top Premier League scorer, with Alan Shearer the only player ahead of him.
Kane made his debut for Tottenham in 2012 under Andre Villas-Boas, but it wasn’t until the 2013/14 campaign that he scored his first Premier League goal in a 5-1 win over Sunderland.
He followed that up with two more and in the next season, he was a starter, and that was it.
Kane scored 21 league goals that season and never bagged fewer than 17 for the rest of his time at Spurs.
Unfortunately, Kane never won a team trophy but has three Premier League Golden Boot awards to show his prowess as a goalscorer.
Ultimately, Kane left Spurs in the summer of 2023 to fulfil a desire to win major honours after going close with Spurs numerous times.
But he will always be a Tottenham legend and did everything he physically could to make the club successful.
It’s been a dream start to life in Bavaria for Kane, who has smashed a few Bundesliga records already.
He became the quickest player in history to score 17 goals, doing so in just 11 games, and he’s already got more than the 2022/23 Bundesliga Golden Boot winners, Christopher Nkunku and Niclas Fullkrug, at this stage of the season.
In the Champions League, he’s also been lethal, scoring four goals and setting up a further two.
Kane has moved to Bayern to win the big trophies, and UEFA’s premier competition is a definite possibility for Kane.
The German giants are one of the favourites to win the Champions League this year, and now that they have Kane up front, you wouldn’t bet against them.
Kane will no doubt continue to destroy goalscoring records for every minute he’s in Germany.
Kane is England’s record goalscorer, and by the time he finishes, it’s hard to see how anyone will even come close to his record.
It’s not as if he’s going to be retiring or getting dropped any time soon because he’s the captain and still one of England’s best players.
He has 62 goals for the Three Lions and still has plenty of years left at the top of his game, so 100 international goals isn’t out of the question.
Of course, he’s yet to win anything with England, but there have been countless icons who all share the same fate.
Certainly, it doesn’t lessen Kane’s international achievements.
And when he finally retires, Kane will be an England legend.