The hurrycane Harry is marching on and is scoring more goals for England making him the second top scorer for his country.

He is now on the verge of becoming England’s all-time leading goalscorer and soon, he may topple Manchester United’s star Wayne Rooney who is still standing in his way.

The Tottenham Hotspurs striker has been prolific for England since his debut for the Three Lions against tiny Lithuania in March 2015.

Kane has so far scored 51 goals in 74 appearances in the England shirt. He has also led England to the 2018 World Cup semi-finals and the Euro 2020 final.

The impact of Kane on the country’s football is undoubted and he is only 2 goals shy of Rooney’s 53 for England.

Rooney has appeared 120 times for England and this gives Kane a better average than the current Derby County manager. Besides Manchester United, Rooney has also played for Liverpool rivals Everton and DC United in the United States.

There is one thing Kane cannot take away from Rooney though. It is the fact that Rooney became the very first player in England’s soccer history to score 50 goals for the country.

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Harry Kane is the sole holder of second place on England’s all-time scoring list. His household name is firmly entrenched among the elite forwards who have donned an England shirt.

It is amazing though that Bobby Charlton is still anchored at no 3 in the top goal scorers list for England with 49 goals for 106 caps.

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Kane has also scored 6 goals for England in the 2018 World Cup which makes him a great among the great strikers for His Majesty’s soccer formation.

He has three goals in eight matches so far in 2022 and fans are hoping that he will net more goals for Tottenham as well as for England.


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