Kane's Malta strike adds to record England goal tally
Harry Kane has established himself as one of England's greatest strikers and is now extending his record as the country's most prolific marksman.
Skipper Kane scored the second goal in a laboured 2-0 win over minnows Malta at Wembley, with the Three Lions' spot at Euro 2024 already guaranteed.
We turn the spotlight on the clinical forward's international goalscoring record.
How many goals has Harry Kane scored for England?
Kane has scored 62 goals in 88 appearances for England, above Wayne Rooney at the top of the all-time list.
His first Three Lions strike was on his debut, when he came on as a substitute against Lithuania for Rooney, nodding in a header just 79 seconds after entering the fray.
He would only find the net six times in his opening 17 games for the Three Lions but has since bagged 56 times in just 71 appearances — testament to how potent a finisher he has become in recent years.
Kane, 30, has five England hat-tricks to his name.
His first came against Panama at the 2018 World Cup and he bagged trebles against Bulgaria and Montenegro in Euro 2020 qualifying a year later.
More recently, in 2021 he struck back-to-back hat-tricks against Albania and San Marino in World Cup qualifiers on the road to Qatar.
His 21 penalties are the highest total scored by any England star, usurping Frank Lampard's previous record of nine.
Kane is also one of only three players to have scored for England on every day of the week, along with Rooney and Lampard.
What are Harry Kane's best England goals?
Although typically known for his poacher's instinct, a few of Kane's England goals do stand out from the rest.
Kane notched the first goal of England's iconic 3-2 comeback win in Germany in 2016 and silenced a raucous Hampden Park with a stoppage-time equaliser against Scotland one year later.
His tournament record is also impressive, notching six times at the 2018 World Cup to take the Golden Boot before firing four in at Euro 2020, where he led England to the final in fine fashion.
At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he netted in the last-16 clash with Senegal and the quarter-final against France.
But despite levelling for Gareth Southgate's men against Les Bleus, Kane fired his second penalty kick of the game over the bar to send the Three Lions crashing out of the tournament.
He has scored eight goals in seven Euro 2024 qualifiers and is set to lead the line at yet another major tournament in Germany next summer.
England's top five goalscorers
1. Harry Kane (62)
2. Wayne Rooney (53)
3. Bobby Charlton (49)
4. Gary Lineker (48)
5. Jimmy Greaves (44)