The milestones just keep on coming for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
On Sunday, Kane scored the late winner against West Bromwich Albion to make it 150 Premier League goals and counting.
His header at the Hawthorns took him above former Spurs striker Les Ferdinand in the list of top scorers since the Premier League was formed in 1992.
It also brought him level with Michael Owen – but while the former Liverpool and England attacker managed his 150 in 326 games, Kane achieved it in just 218.
And his latest landmark comes just days after the 27-year-old made it 200 goals for Spurs in his 300th appearance for the North London club, in their 3-1 Europa League win at Ludogorets Razgrad.
As for this season, Kane's seven goals from eight games leaves him second in the top-scorer charts heading into the international break.
In the picture gallery above, we take a look at this season's top scorers and the Premier League's all-time most lethal finishers. To view the next image, click on the arrows or just swipe.