Harry Kane entered the record books with the most objectives for one club in Premier League history as
the England chief's final part header saw Tottenham Hotspur past obstinate Wolverhampton Wanderers in north London.
Kane jumped to gesture Ivan Perisic's header past Jose Sa and sent Spurs to the highest point of the table,
remunerating his steadiness subsequent to raising a ruckus around town with headers in one or the other half at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Smooth Wolves had the better of the main half, limiting their hosts to a single shot on the objective while rehashing
the reprobate example that has been the sign of their winless beginning to the season.
Club record marking Matheus Nunes over and over joined to promising impact with Goncalo Guedes on the forward's initial start for the club,
the midfielder dropping a header barely wide with home goalkeeper Hugo Lloris beaten.
Tottenham changed their power toward the beginning of the final part, Kane possibly being denied by the crossbar again
when he arrowed a plunging header from Dejan Kulusevski's conservative get over Sa.