Harry Kane finished third on the Premier League’s all-time top scorers list with a brace for Tottenham at Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
Kane has joined Andy Cole at the 187 mark and trails only Wayne Rooney and competition leading scorer Alan Shearer.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at how the top five are formed.
1 Alan Shearer 260
Blackburn (112 goals), Newcastle (148)
The only player to score 100 Premier League goals for two separate clubs, Shearer also won the Golden Boot three years in a row from 1994 to 1995, when he helped send Rovers to the title, until his first season in the league. Magpies in 1996-97. He had three 30-goal seasons, the only man to break that barrier more than once, and went over 20 four times.
2Wayne Rooney 208
Everton (25), Manchester United (183)
After bursting onto the scene as a teenager with Everton, Rooney scored the bulk of his goals with Manchester United as he chased Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring records for the club and for England. Rooney’s goals have come in 491 appearances over 17 seasons and he has added 103 assists.
3=Harry Kane 187
Kane moved closer to two of his previous England captains with two goals for Tottenham at Nottingham Forest on Sunday. A three-time Golden Boot winner with five 20-goal seasons to his name, including 30 goals in 2017-18, he scored in 286 games while Shearer, Rooney and Cole played in over 400. agenda could be that of Rooney’s record 53 England goals.
3=Andy Cole 187
Newcastle (43), Manchester United (93), Blackburn (16), Fulham (12), Manchester City (9), Portsmouth (3), Sunderland (0)
The most traveled member of the top five, Cole made a name for himself at Newcastle and scored the bulk of his goals there and at Manchester United, where he struck up a memorable partnership with Dwight Yorke. He won the Golden Boot with the Magpies in 1993-94, his 34 goals that season soon equaled by Shearer but never bettered.
5 Sergio Aguero 184
Manchester City (184)
The former Manchester City striker held the Premier League goalscoring record for a single club until he was overtaken by Kane earlier this season and remains the league’s top scorer on the road. The Argentine has scored 20 goals in a season on six occasions and scored a record 12 hat-tricks, including five goals in a 6-1 win over Newcastle in 2015 – another record shared with Shearer, Cole, Jermain Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov – as his most memorable goal came against QPR to clinch City’s first Premier League title.