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Kane aiming to reach 200 Premier League goals

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Harry Kane's game knows no bounds.

On Monday, one day after Kane tallied his 100th goal in the Premier League as Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool played out a 2-2 draw at Anfield, the English striker set his sights on a second century.

"Two hundred goals has to be the aim, and hopefully quicker than I got to 100," Kane said, according to the Guardian's Andy Hunter. "It is nice, I am going to enjoy the moment, but let's see how many I can get this year and go from there. Hopefully, I can get better and better. I am 24 years old, that's not young but it's not old, so I've still got a lot of learning to do. I feel I am getting more experience year by year and I feel I am getting stronger and more physical, and hopefully that continues. I will always keep trying to work hard and to get better."

Kane tallied his 100th goal in the Premier League by converting a penalty kick in the 95th minute of the draw between Tottenham and Liverpool. The product of Spurs became the second-fastest footballer to reach the milestone, doing so in 141 games. Alan Shearer holds the record, having done so in 124 matches.

After the game, Kane received a celebratory pair of boots.

Kane's first professional goal came exactly seven years ago, when, while on loan at Leyton Orient, he produced a close-range finish against Sheffield Wednesday.

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