Son Heung-min ranked 3rd in Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time highest scorers.

Soccer content production company ‘score90’ revealed the ranking of Tottenham’s all-time highest scorers on the 1st (Korean time).

First place was Harry Kane, who was like the symbol of Tottenham. He received the opportunity at the end of the 2013/14 season and was selected as the starting striker in the 2014/15 season. Kane became Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer, scoring 278 goals in 430 official games over 19 years at Tottenham. He is also ranked second in the EPL for most goals, following Alan Shearer (260 goals). Kane moved to Bayern Munich in Germany in the summer transfer window.

Second place was Jimmy Greaves. He was a striker representing Tottenham and England in the 1960s. Greaves played in Tottenham uniform for nine years from 1961 to 1970. During this period, he scored 188 goals in 243 games. Greaves was Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer until Kane appeared. Greaves passed away in September 2021.

Third place is Son Heung-min. Son Heung-min is currently Tottenham’s ace. Since joining Tottenham in August 2015, he has achieved double-digit scoring in the EPL for seven consecutive seasons, except for the 2015/16 season, which was his debut season. During eight years at Tottenham, Son Heung-min scored 151 goals in 380 games. Son Heung-min, who added one goal against Liverpool on the 1st, also scored his 200th career goal after entering Europe. This season, Son Heung-min currently has 6 goals in 7 games.

4th place is Jermain Defoe. Defoe, who transferred from West Ham United to Tottenham in 2004, briefly left the team in January 2008, but returned a year later in January 2009. He played for Tottenham for a total of 9 years. Defoe scored 140 goals in 361 games for Tottenham.

Fifth place was Irish striker Robbie Keane. Keane, who joined Tottenham from Leeds United in August 2002, played as a ‘soul top two’ with Dimitar Berbatov during his time at Tottenham. Keane moved to Liverpool in July 2008, but failed to adapt and returned to Tottenham in February 2009. Keane scored 122 goals in 306 games at Tottenham.

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