Harry Kane netted his record 95th Premier League goal on the road in Tottenham Hotspur’s win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday night.
The 28-year-old international, playing in his 139th match away from home in England’s top flight, took sole possession of the mark he shared with Wayne Rooney coming into the match. It took Rooney a further 104 games to hit 94 on the road.
Tottenham took the lead shortly before half-time when Dejan Kulusevski’s shot took ricocheted off Cristian Romero and beat Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez.
Kane doubled the visitor’s lead with his record strike just before the hour mark, running on to a pinpoint through ball from Rodrigo Betancur and smashing a left-footed strike past Sanchez to make it 2-0.
The result moves Antonio Conte’s side up to seventh in the table with 48 points from 28 matches, while Brighton remain in 13th having secured 33 points in their 29 games.
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