HARRY Kane scored his 250th goal for Tottenham as they moved top of the Premier League with a hard-fought win over Wolves.
England forward reacted sharply to head in Ivan Perisic’s flick-on from a corner to give Spurs their reward for their second-half dominance.
Kane’s effort also saw the hosts become the fifth team to score 1,000 goals at home since the Premier League was formed in 1992.
The goal had been coming with both the 29-year-old and his strike partner Son Heung-min hitting the woodwork as Spurs poured forward to break the deadlock.
The intensity of their football was in complete contrast to the first period when a Wolves team containing seven Portuguese players – the joint-most from a single foreign nation in a starting XI in the competition – were in the ascendancy.