After surpassing former Manchester City legendary striker Sergio Aguero in the list of top goal scorers in the Premier League history last week, Tottenham striker Harry Kane has now equalised England's Andrew Cole at the third highest scorer.
With his goal against Wolves last week, Harry Kane took his Premier League goal scoring tally to 185 goals pipping Sergio Aguero's 184. On Sunday, Tottenham beat newly promoted Nottingham Forest in their fourth Premier League 2022-23 fixture.
Kane find the back of the net twice that took him level on Premier League goals with Andy Cole on 187. Harry Kane opened the scoring for Spurs in the 5th minute and went on to score his second goal of the match in the 81st minute to help Tottenham continue their unbeaten run in the ongoing Premier League campaign.
However, Nottingham Forest's Dean Henderson became the first goalkeeper in four years to deny the 29-year-old England striker from the spot in Premier League. Henderson saved Kane's penalty kick in the 56th minute.
Meanwhile, West Ham United defeated Aston Villa in an away game by 1-0 on August 28 while Wolves and Newcastle United played a 1-1 draw on Sunday. After matchday four, Tottenham Hotspur on the third place with 10 points behind defending champions Manchester City, who are placed second with a better goal difference. Brighton are at the fourth place with 10 points but lower goal difference.