Tottenham equal second-longest scoring run by netting in 36th consecutive game - Soccer News
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Tottenham scored in their 36th consecutive Premier League game, matching the second-longest scoring streak in Premier League history. They have scored in every game under fourth manager Ange Postecoglou this season, totaling 51 goals in 24 games. They would need to score in every remaining game this season and the first five games of next season to equal Arsenal's record of 55 consecutive games.
After losing 1-0 to Wolves in March, Tottenham scored in their final 12 games of last season - even as they sacked manager Antonio Conte and then caretaker Cristian Stellini, the latter following a shambolic 6-1 defeat to Newcastle.
Captain Son Heung-min is Spurs' top scorer in their scoring streak with 17 goals. They have had a total of 19 different scorers and have also benefited from own goals by opponents. Pedro Porro has made the most appearances, featuring in 34 of the 36 games.
Captain Son Heung-min is Spurs' top scorer in those games with 17 goals, joined in double figures by the departed Harry Kane with 12 and Richarlison on 11.
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