By Dominic Toner
Harry Kane revealed his delight on Twitter as he reached 50 Premier League goals for Tottenham in Saturday’s 4-0 win over Stoke.
Spurs cruised to victory at the Britannia Stadium as two goals from Son Heung-Min and a Dele Alli effort put them in complete control.
Kane, 23, completed the scoring on 70 minutes and in the process reached his own personal milestone in the Premier League.
The England forward took to his personal Twitter account on Saturday evening to express his satisfaction with the goal and praised a dominate team performance.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) September 10, 2016
Kane was under pressure to break his recent goal drought after not scoring in 10 competitive games for club and country.
He managed to convert a low cross from Son and will hope that the goal will be the catalyst to get his season started.
The forward has now scored 65 Spurs goals in 131 games across all competitions but it is his phenomenal league form that has made him one of the most dangerous finishers in the country.
Kane won the Premier League golden boot last season for his 25 goals and helped Spurs to a third-placed finish.
Mauricio Pochettino signed Dutch forward Vincent Janssen this summer to provide competition in attack
The busy fixture list from both European and domestic competitions should see Kane and Janssen rotate, but it appears the England man will continue with his starting position in the league.
The victory over Stoke lifted Spurs them to fourth in the table and they remain unbeaten after the first four games of the season.
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