79 seconds. It only took 79 seconds for Harry Kane to score in his England debut. Kane was left on the bench for some reason by Roy Hodgson but once got subbed on in the 72nd minute, he wasted no time in scoring as he powered in a header from Raheem Sterling on his first touch. His goal made it 4-0 against Lithuania in a Euro 2016 Qualifier at Wembley Stadium.
So this is obviously going to swell the England National Team talk. For instance:
50 more touches and Harry Kane will beat Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 27, 2015
"Dear God, I'm never going to start again, am I?" pic.twitter.com/2RQHmk5wlD
— Soccer Gods (@soccergods) March 27, 2015
— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) March 27, 2015
Okay England, I get it, you have a talented young goalscorer. Let’s just cool on the possible Euro and World Cup favorites talk. Keep in mind, you still have Roy Hodgson as manager. He’ll have Kane underachieving and playing out of position in due time.