Kane hits target on England debut
Harry Kane took just 80 seconds to make his mark on international football as he enjoyed a fairytale debut in England's 4-0 win over Lithuania at Wembley.
Kane entered the pitch in the 71st minute and he nodded the ball in less than two minutes later to round off a simple victory in the Euro 2016 qualifier.
Wayne Rooney moved to within two goals of Bobby Charlton's England scoring record with an early opener.
He would have moved level with the England great inside 19 minutes had he not rattled the woodwork on two occasions.
But once Rooney made way for Kane, the script was written for the Tottenham striker to score on his debut and he did not disappoint.
Man of the match Danny Welbeck and Raheem Sterling had given England a comfortable cushion against dire opposition and then Kane pounced with just his third touch to put the icing on the cake. Four years ago Kane was playing in front of 4,581 supporters while on loan for Leyton Orient against Dagenham & Redbridge.
Last night, 83,671 witnessed the first of what they hope will be many an England goal for Kane.
He now has 30 to his name this season - a remarkable statistic when you consider he started the campaign as third-choice striker at Spurs.