Harry Kane has become only the third player to score 200 Premier League goals and along the way he has either matched or surpassed several notable records.
However, Kane was the quickest of the three to achieve the landmark, doing so in his 304th appearance, three fewer than it took Shearer, while Rooney's came in his 462nd match.
Indeed, while this is an incredible feat, it is one of many by the Spurs striker, as we take a look at several more impressive statistics that helped him reach his milestone.
Kane has scored against all 32 teams he has faced in the Premier League. He is the only player to play more than one top-flight match and score against each team he has come up against.
The Spurs striker has recorded eight Premier League hat-tricks in total, the joint-fourth highest tally. But he has scored trebles in consecutive Premier League appearances on two occasions, in May 2017 and December 2017. He is the only player to have achieved the feat more than once.
Weak foot, no problem
Along with team-mate Son Heung-min, Kane holds the record for scoring the most Premier League goals with his weaker foot. Kane has 40 goals with his left foot, identical to the South Korean.
In 2017, Kane struck a record 39 goals, the most goals in a single calendar year of Premier League football.
It should come as no surprise that Kane is the all-time leading scorer in Premier League London derby matches, netting 48 goals in 75 matches.
He has scored seven penalties in the north London derby against Arsenal, the most by a player in a single Premier League fixture.
Kane is one of only two players to have at least 20 Premier League goals at three different venues. He has scored 38 at White Hart Lane, 35 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and 21 at Wembley. The only other player to do so is Les Ferdinand, who did so at Loftus Road, St James’ Park and White Hart Lane.
Kane is the leading Premier League scorer on Boxing Day with 10 goals, while he has the joint-most with five on New Year’s Day.
Also in this series
Part 1: Kane scores 200th PL goal as Spurs defeat Man City
Part 2: Kane joins Shearer and Rooney in Premier League '200 Club'
Part 3: Harry Kane's best Premier League goals
Part 4: Sherwood - Kane has not finished yet
Part 5: Kane - 200th Premier League goal is a 'magical moment'
Part 6: Sherwood: Eriksen was a massive influence on Kane
Part 7: Shearer - Kane will break my all-time record
Part 9: Who is the best: Kane, Shearer or Rooney?