The striker now has 176 goals in the competition and trails Everton boss Frank Lampard by just one
Harry Kane overtook Arsenal legend Thierry Henry in the Premier League all-time scoring chants as his double helped Tottenham cruise to a crushing victory over Everton on Monday.
The England star netted once in each half during Spurs 5-0 win, a welcome return to form for the north Londoners after losing four of their last five outings.
Antonio Contes charges now sit in seventh, just three points shy of the Gunners and the last Champions League qualification spot.
Kane drew level with Henry on 175 goals when he broke through the Everton backline to put his side 3-0 up after just 37 minutes.
Then, after the half-time break, he was on target again to reach 176, and make it five for the hosts.
The striker is now sixth on the Premier Leagues all-time scoring list.
His next targets are Chelsea favourite and current Everton boss Frank Lampard, one ahead on 177, and former Manchester City star Sergio Aguero, who netted 184 times for the club; while the podium is composed of Andy Cole (187), Wayne Rooney (204) and Alan Shearer, who scored a massive 260 goals between 1992 and 2006 for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.