Harry Kane knocks out Portsmouth and edges closer to Tottenham goal record | FA Cup

When Harry Kane set himself on the edge of the area, to the left of centre, instantly making the calculations, slowing down his pulse, there was the sense that everybody inside the stadium knew what was going to happen. All eyes went to the far corner of the Portsmouth net. The ball duly followed.

It was on this day in 1970 that Jimmy Greaves scored his 265th goal for Tottenham – in an FA Cup win over Bradford. This was No 265 for Kane and, more significantly, it moved him to within one goal of Greaves’ all-time club record.

Kane’s 50th minute finish followed a slick one-two with Ryan…

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