Harry Kane and Son Heung-min wrote their names into the record books on Saturday after combining to devastating effect once again in Tottenham Hotspur’s’ 4-0 win at Leeds United.
Having scored Spurs’ third goal at Elland Road, Kane provided a sublime assist for Son to take the pair’s goal combinations in the Premier League to 37.
Their tally beats the all-time record held by Chelsea greats Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard.
It is only the third time this season the Spurs duo have combined for a goal, following a campaign when they set another record together.
In 2020/21, they set a new mark for the most goal combinations in a single campaign.
Spurs have now leapfrogged Wolverhampton Wanderers into seventh place in the Premier League table – four points off the Champions League places before Manchester United take on Watford.