Harry Kane’s late goal at Wembley this afternoon broke Croatian hearts and sent the Three Lions through to next summer’s Uefa Nations League semi-finals and brought him over a significant personal landmark, too.
His score brings him to twenty goals scored for his country, a remarkable return when you consider that he’s only played 35 times for the Three Lions.
At just 25, the Spurs man looks set to propel himself up the all-time scoring charts and may even be able to topple Wayne Rooney from the peak should he manage to stay fit and well in the coming months and years.
The man himself has been speaking about that possibility this week.
"It is definitely possible," Kane said. "It is still a fair bit away. I don't like to set my targets that far ahead in the future because a lot can happen.”
"We will see over the years how many goals I have got. Hopefully I will still be fit and healthy and getting selected by the manager. It is achievable but not something I'm thinking about too much right now."
The England skipper is one step close to that record now, at least. He took to social media to share his thoughts on an uplifting day and thank the supporters for their backing.
On the theme of England net-rattlers, can you name any of those above Kane who he’ll look to be sniping down one by one as his remarkable career in that famed white shirt continues?
Give it a go, we reckon 15/23 is a really decent return.