By Chris Sutton for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:36 GMT, 17 November 2019 | Updated: 22:36 GMT, 17 November 2019
Watch out Wayne Rooney, because Harry Kane is coming for your record. At 26 years old, it is hard to see the Tottenham Hotspur striker not writing his name in history as England's greatest-ever goalscorer.
With his ruthlessness and knack for making mincemeat of the minnows, he has to be a shoo-in to beat Rooney's total of 53.
It would be unfair to brand Kane a flat-track bully, and I wouldn't call him that because he offers so much more, but he loves facing inferior opponents. There's nothing wrong with that, of course.
Harry Kane celebrates after scoring England's second goal against Kosovo on Sunday