Tottenham Hotspur All-Time Top Scorers
Tottenham Hotspur have been represented by some of the best goalscorers ever to grace football since the club was founded in 1882.
Legendary Spurs striker Jimmy Greaves led the club’s scoring charts for over 50 years, netting a hugely impressive 266 goals in 379 appearances.
His tally has been overtaken by Harry Kane, who could go on to set a target that will be extremely tough to beat in the future.
However, while Kane has knocked Greaves off top spot in the Tottenham all-time scorers list, he has been unable to help the club win major silverware.
By contrast, Greaves won the FA Cup twice and the European Cup Winners’ Cup. He was also a member of England’s World Cup-winning squad in 1966.
Kane is on track to become the all-time top scorer in the Premier League, but that would pale into insignificance against Greaves’ achievements.
Bobby Smith is the third player to pass the 200-goal mark for Tottenham, with his efforts helping them claim several trophies in the 1960s.
Heung-min Son is the only other active player in the top 10 alongside Kane and will likely force his way into the top five in the future.
All-Time Tottenham Hotspur Top Scorers
1. Harry Kane: 280 goals in 435 appearances.
2. Jimmy Greaves: 266 goals in 379 appearances.
3. Bobby Smith: 208 goals in 317 appearances.
4. Martin Chivers: 174 goals in 367 appearances.
5. Cliff Jones: 154 goals in 378 appearances.
6. Heung-min Son: 145 goals in 372 appearances.
7. Jermain Defoe: 143 goals in 363 appearances.
8. George Hunt: 138 goals in 198 appearances.
9. Len Duquemin: 134 goals in 307 appearances.
10. Alan Gilzean: 133 goals in 439 appearances.
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