He’s nonetheless 21 targets away from being England’s all-time goalscorer however Harry Kane has been backed to beat Wayne Rooney’s document.
Kane made his England debut in March 2015, the place he wasted no time in opening his Three Lions account as he scored together with his first contact in a Euro 2016 qualifier in opposition to Lithuania.
He’s not appeared again since as he’s racked up 31 extra targets since, together with six on the 2018 World Cup the place he gained the Golden Boot.
The Tottenham striker is sixth within the all-time England scoring charts and at 27, he has time to maneuver above the likes of Gary Lineker, Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Charlton.
However the identify he’ll have his eye on is Rooney, who’s England’s all-time high goalscorer with 53 strikes to his identify.
It’s been virtually a 12 months since Kane final netted for his nation however there’s little doubt he’ll break the document, in line with Tony Cascarino.
On whether or not Kane would break the document, the talkSPORT host mentioned: “Yeah, bar harm. If he performs sufficient soccer I believe he’ll, completely.
“I believe his perspective is one in every of his most excellent attributes – his effort, his need.
“I’ve by no means, ever felt that Harry Kane has taken something without any consideration in soccer. He’s all the time labored his socks off.
“I believe it feeds onto different individuals, I believe it conjures up and lifts others round him.
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“Play in a No.8, No.9, No.10 – he’s performed in three totally different positions for Spurs this season and you possibly can argue he’s executed all of them brilliantly.”
Kane has the possibility so as to add to his tally on Sunday evening as England tackle Belgium within the Nations League, a match you may hearken to LIVE on talkSPORT, 7:45pm.