Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane broke the record for the most goals scored in North London derbies when Spurs overcame Arsenal 2-0 on Sunday evening.
The England captain lashed home from close range after Son Heung-min's stunner had broken the deadlock at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a classic Jose Mourinho performance propelling Spurs to an impressive win over their bitter rivals.
Kane's strike was his 11th against the Gunners, which cements his place in the history books at the top scorer in the history of North London derbies.
The 27-year-old overtakes Emmanuel Adebayor - who scored for both clubs - and ex-Spurs striker Bobby Smith to top the scoring charts against Arsenal in a result which saw Spurs climb back to the top of the Premier League table.
Furthermore, Kane also notched up his 250th career goal on Sunday evening - with 202 of those coming for Spurs - and by assisting Son for the opener, Kane goes level with Mesut Ozil for reaching 10 assists in the fewest amount of Premier League games in a single season.
Mourinho's men are now gearing up for Thursday's visit of Royal Antwerp in the Europa League before returning to Premier League action at Crystal Palace next Sunday.