How Twitter reacted to Harry Kane’s goal-scoring England debut

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On a night where there were plenty of positives for England at Wembley where they put four past a very limited Lithuania side to extend their 100 per cent Euro 2016 qualification record, predictably, one man stole the show.

There have been few more eagerly anticipated England debuts in recent memory and although Roy Hodgson stuck to his guns by leaving Harry Kane on the bench, Tottenham’s wonderkid simply couldn’t be denied.

Only 79 seconds after entering the fray to replace Wayne Rooney, the Three Lions’ latest idol popped up at the back post to nod home his
first England goal with his third touch.

Despite excellent displays from fellow scorers Danny Welbeck, Raheem Sterling and Rooney – who is now just two goals shy of Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time England goals record – it was Kane who came in for most praise on twitter:

Let’s hope Hodgson is right as the moment Kane connects with Sterling’s cross
to head home is captured in this photo

Unfortunately there isn’t space to display every one of the tweets mentioned in
this Metro posting

This must be how Kane is feeling right now summed up a in a picture

Former England and Manchester United stalwart Rio Ferdinand one of many
notables in the game to offer their congratulations

Looks like it won’t be long before every journalist, man, woman and child is
firmly on the Kane bandwagon

The Sun react in typically Sun-like fashion by issuing this war cry. He’s
only scored one by the way

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Why could we all picture this happening?

According to former Arsenal and England striker Alan Smith the Spurs
man is already a national hero

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