Tottenham Hotspur may not be title contenders this season, but they for sure have shocked the world by having one of the best attacking players.
That was proved recently by the 'Lilywhites', as the Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane duo has now combined for more goals in a single Premier League season than any other duo in the competitions history.
The Spurs' forwards combined for their 14th goal of the season, and surpassed the previous record by Blackburn Rovers' Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton (13) in 1994-95.
The Tottenham Hotspur pair have now combined for 34 Premier League goals since the South Korean made his debut in 2015 following his arrival from Bundesliga's Hamburg S.V.
The only partnership that has recorded more goals in Premier League's history than them is the one between Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba. The former Chelsea stars set the record with 36 goals.
“They are certainly a threat to that record,” Frank Lampard said about Son and Kane potentially setting a new Premier League milestone. “They are going to beat that comfortably, with the way they’re going.
“You look at the numbers they’re producing, the link-up play, the understanding is clear. Fair play to them and the coach for how they play and work as a team.”
Harry Kane has also proven to be one of the most useful strikers in the world, leading the Premier League table with 13 assists as well as recording 16 goals this season.
"He is an incredible striker," Gareth Bale said of Kane. "We are lucky to have him here."