Harry Kane has revealed his favourite Premier League goal came against Arsenal at White Hart Lane in the 2015-16 campaign.

The Tottenham striker scored his 100th Premier League goal in last month’s 2-2 draw against Liverpool at Anfield.

He has scored two more league goals since then – against Arsenal and Crystal Palace – seeing him move up to 102.

In all competitions, Kane has found the net 35 times so far this term. He has at least 12 more games to equal Clive Allen’s club-record of 49 in a single season.

And in his current form, you wouldn’t bet against him doing exactly that.

In an interview with the Premier League, Kane reminisced about his 100 top-flight strikes, including the very first one against Sunderland in April 2014.

When asked the choose his favourite of the 100, the 24-year-old picked his wonderful curling effort from the 2-2 draw with Arsenal in March 2016.

“I cut in off the left-hand side and whipped it into the far corner. It was an amazing atmosphere,” he recalled.

Most Spurs fans would likely give the same answer – there are few sweeter things than a goal against the Gunners.

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