Tottenham striker Harry Kane scored the only goal for the visitors in a 1-3 loss against Arsenal. By doing so, he became the first player ever to score 100 goals in away games in the Premier League.
During the Saturday derby match against Arsenal, Harry Kane accomplished a significant feat. After more than 30 minutes, the striker for Tottenham Hotspur converted a penalty.
After Gabriel fouled Richarlison, Kane was given the opportunity to shoot and made a perfect shot from eleven yards. 1-1 after the striker sent Aaron Ramsdale into the corner and himself fired through the middle. It was Kane’s thirteenth goal against Arsenal for Tottenham.
With 290 games played, Tottenham striker Harry Kane has now scored 190 Premier League goals overall. One hundred of those goals were scored on the road. The first player to reach this milestone in Premier League history is Kane.
Despite Kane managing the equaliser, it was not enough for Spurs as they would then go on to concede twice. Jesus found the lead for Arsenal in the 49th minute. With Xhaka extending the lead for the Gunners in the 67th minute.
This marked the first loss for Conte’s team in the league this season. As a result, they now sit 3rd in the league with seventeen points. Their opponents, meanwhile, retain the top position with 21 points.