With his transfer to Bayern Munich now confirmed, Harry Kane leaves a legacy like no other in Fantasy Premier League.
During his 11 seasons in the Premier League he racked up a total of 1,891 points in FPL, scoring 212 goals and providing 61 assists.
Kane’s 273 attacking returns brought FPL managers 293 bonus points and 67 double-figure hauls. He averaged 5.9 points per match across his 320 appearances in the competition.
The forward’s consistent performances in his career meant he was in the end-of-season Dream Team on seven occasions, a record he shares with Frank Lampard.
The England captain’s price peaked during Double Gameweek 37 in 2017/18 Fantasy. His value rose to £13.1m in the penultimate week of the campaign, but Erling Haaland’s 14.0m price tag this season has already eclipsed that.
His lowest price was a remarkable £4.3m at the end of the 2012/13 season, when he was on loan at Norwich City.
Kane scored more than 100 points against six different opponents, including north London rivals Arsenal. His best return came against Leicester City. He picked up 138 points, with eight double-figure hauls, thanks to 18 goals and five assists.
Producing an attacking return in 177 matches, Kane ranks sixth on the all-time list for FPL points. Wayne Rooney tops the chart with 2,338 points.
Both James Milner (1,847 points) and Raheem Sterling (1,707 points) are both in the top 10 and could overtake Kane in the list at some point.