Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane set a new Premier League record on Saturday when he scored in his team’s 3-1 loss to Brentford.
Kane scored in his 25th league game this season, a something no other player has accomplished.
Kane entered the Brentford game with 27 goals from 36 outings, second only to Manchester City attacker Erling Haaland (36).
The England captain added to his tally with a goal in his 25th league appearance of the season.
This season, the 29-year-old has scored in nearly 68% of his Premier League outings.
Kane’s record, though, may be short-lived, as Haaland may break it before the season’s finish.
The international from Norway has scored at least once in each of the league’s 23 games this season. To create a new record, Haaland must score in all three of Manchester City’s remaining Premier League games, assuming Kane does not score any more goals this season.