Spurs striker says north London derby screamer in March 2016 is pick of his 100 PL goals as he gets Milestone award
He has more than 100 to choose from but Harry Kane has one clear favourite of the goals he has scored in the Premier League “The one against Arsenal,” says the Tottenham Hotspur striker, referring to his curling strike in off a post in the 2-2 home draw in 2015/16. “I cut in off the left-hand side and whipped it into the far corner. It was an amazing atmosphere.” Kane reached his century with a stoppage-time equaliser from the penalty spot at Liverpool, an achievement marked with a Premier League Milestone Award. He has since moved on to 102 with strikes against Crystal Palace, and another against Arsenal.
But for Kane the memory of his first nearly four years ago is still fresh in the mind. “It was my first start in the Premier League,” Kane said of his full debut against Sunderland on 7 April 2014. “I was so excited, Monday night football! It was an amazing feeling, the start of a journey.”