Harry Kane has scored no less than 136 Premier League goals in his Tottenham career, but what’s his favourite for the club?

Kane is currently sitting 13th on the league’s all-time list and has turned out to be one of the most prolific scorers in England since making his full debut in a 5-1 victory against Sunderland under Tim Sherwood back in April 2014.

The England captain was taking part in a Q&A with ex-Spurs man Jamie Redknapp live on his Instagram this afternoon, and after a 45-minute chat with the Sky Sports pundit, had a number of fans questions put to him at the end.

One of them was what’s his favourite three Premier League goals?

In no particular order, Kane said that his first was in that emphatic victory against the Black Cats, before perhaps more surprisingly, his screamer against Arsenal at White Hart Lane in March 2016 was next on the list, in which he admitted he’d never heard the ground so loud.

Kane’s third favourite Premier League goal was his first of two goals in that famous 5-3 victory against Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in North London.

You can re-watch the entire Q&A by going onto Redknapp’s Instagram story.



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