Harry Kane moved onto 100 goals for Tottenham in all competitions with a somewhat fortunate effort against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Fresh from netting twice for his country against Malta, the double Premier League Golden Boot winner put Spurs ahead with a miss-hit cross.
England striker Kane, who has been stuck on 99 since netting a hat-trick against Hull City on the final day of last season, finally reached the landmark as a cross from the right drifted over the head of Jordan Pickford and in.
Kane's 100th goal came in his 169th game for Spurs, while it took Thierry Henry - long-time scourge of Tottenham at north London rivals Arsenal - 181 matches to reach the same figure.
169 - It took Harry Kane 169 games to score 100 goals for Spurs; 12 games fewer than Thierry Henry to score 100 for Arsenal (181). Rivals. pic.twitter.com/RmVHPkNQk6-- OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 9, 2017