Tottenham duo Kane & Son surpass Drogba and Lampard in most goal combinations to set new Premier League record

The South Korean international scored Spurs’ fourth goal in their meeting with Leeds United to take the duo to 37 goal combinations.

Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have overtaken Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba as the most mutually supportive duo in Premier League history.

The England captain set up the Korean international’s fourth goal for Spurs in their clash with Leeds United on 26 February, this being the 37th time the pair have teamed up for a goal in England’s top flight.


The Spurs duo have played side-by-side since Son joined Tottenham in 2015, with the South Korean scoring a total of 80 Premier League goals and 44 assists.

Kane, meanwhile, has 174 goals in England’s top flight, providing 37 assists since his Premier League debut for Tottenham in the 2012-13 season.



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