Harry Kane created Premier League history with his goal in Tottenham’s 2-0 win at Brighton.
After Cristian Romero deflected Dejan Kulusevski’s effort into the net in the 37th minute, Kane entered the record books just before the hour.
His blistering finish from Rodrigo Bentancur’s pass made it 95 away goals in the Premier League for Kane, more than any other player.
The England striker also moved above Frank Lampard in the list of Premier League all-time scorers, going into fifth with 178 goals.
Antonio Conte’s seventh-placed side remain in the race for a top-four finish, sitting three points behind Arsenal, who have a game in hand.
“We are very happy because Harry is scoring a lot. He started this season and he struggled a bit,” Conte said.
“Harry is starting to understand with this team, with the way we are playing, he has every game many chances to improve his record.”