Tottenham Hotspur striker and England captain Harry Kane is always hungry for more goals and more records when it comes to football.
One record that he will definitely have set his sights on is the England all-time goal scorer, which is currently held by Wayne Rooney.
In his time for England, Rooney smashed home an impressive 53 goals in 120 matches for the Three Lions (Football London).
However, Harry Kane has already racked up 25 goals in just 40 matches for his country, well on his way to going above and beyond the record.
In fact, Kane is almost half way there in just a third of the number of games Wayne Rooney played at the top.
When asked about it after the match, Liverpool player, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlaine, claimed that he thought Kane could break the record. In fact, the Ox seemed incredibly confident that the current captain would ‘definitely’ score more than 53.
However, he did joke that his name should be in the mix too.
The Ox said (Football London): “How many has he got? 28? 25 in 40? Yeah, I think he can definitely do that, I’m more disappointed I haven’t been thrown in the conversation personally. I’ve got a chance!”
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