- Harry Kane became England's all-time top scorer with his goal against Italy surpassing Wayne Rooney
- He had become Tottenham's all-time top scorer weeks ago surpassing Jimmy Greaves
- He adds to his celebration by announcing he is expecting his fourth child with his wife
Harry Kane is one of the best goal scorers of his generation despite not having won a senior trophy in his career. He is Tottenham and England's all-time top scorer.
Kane achieved both feats in the last month, surpassing Wayne Rooney to become the Three Lions' leading scorer and Jimmy Greaves to become Spurs' greatest scorer.
He has a big decision to make in the summer over his future. Tottenham have reportedly admitted to losing him in the summer and have set an asking price of £100m, according to SportBible.
Kane announces fourth baby
The striker gave his fans another bit of personal good news after announcing he is expecting his fourth child with his wife, Katie Goodland, as reported by Sportskeeda.
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The 29-year-old took to Instagram, uploaded a picture of himself and his wife and uploaded a video of the ultrasound image in the second frame.
Harry and Katie were high school sweethearts and married in 2019. They gave birth to two daughters Vivi (2016), Ivy (2018) and only son Louis (2020).
As Mirror UK spotted, he asked his children to guess the gender of their next sibling. Vivi called a girl. Ivy said a boy while Louis hilariously said a car.
The news delighted fans who commented on the post on Instagram, with many saying he scores goals both on and off the pitch.
Gerrard speaks on Kane's future
Sports Brief reported that former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard commented on Harry Kane's future amid reports he could exit Tottenham in the summer.
Gerrard claimed he has no advice for Kane and went ahead to say it should be easy for him to leave the club as he is not from the City nor is he from the club's academy.
The Liverpool legend likened it to his situation at Merseyside. He was born in Liverpool and played for the club all his life.