Harry Kane scored his 26th international goal for England last night as the hosts played out a crazy game against Kosovo that ended 5-3.
Tottenham’s star man also saw a penalty saved – which is a rare occurrence.
The goal he did score, however, moved him level with Bryan Robson in the England goalscoring charts and he is only 27 behind England’s top goalscorer Wayne Rooney.
His goal came from a brilliant turn by Raheem Sterling who fed the ball to Kane on the left, he took a touch and then drilled a shot through the goalkeeper’s legs and into the far corner.
This completed a fantastic international break for the Spurs striker – who on Saturday scored his second international hat-trick against Bulgaria.
This is Kane’s best-ever start to the season with seven goals for club and country, and the full rest he had over the summer looks to have done him the world of good.
The 26-year-old looks fit sharp and fresh, and if he continues in this vein, it could be his most productive season ever.