Harry Kane and Ben Davies reached different landmarks for Tottenham in the comeback 3-2 win against Leicester City.
Spurs left it late to earn all the points as the boys continue their win at all cost attitude under Antonio Conte.
His goal in that match means Kane has now scored 250 career goals for Spurs and his former loan clubs, Spurs revealed on its website.
The striker remains one of the best in the world and scores goals smoothly for both his club and country.
Spurs will hope he remains at the club beyond this season and possibly adds another 100 or more goals to his tally for the club.
Interestingly, Davies, who also started the match, was playing his 250th game for the Lilywhites since he moved to London in 2014.
The Welshman was ever-present in the team under Mauricio Pochettino and he has also featured regularly under the managers after the Argentinian.
His appearances span across the Premier League, domestic and European cup competitions.
He has made 158 appearances in the Premier League and 58 in Europe, with the rest coming in the FA Cup and the League Cup.
Kane and Davies have been important players at the club for much of the last decade, and hopefully, they will collect silverware before either depart The Tottenham Stadium.