England Top Scorer: Harry Kane CREATES HISTORY, breaks Wayne Rooney’s record and becomes England’s All-Time Leading Goal Scorer – Check Out

England Top Scorer: England’s captain Harry Kane scored a first-half penalty in Euro 2024 qualifier clash against Italy to become England’s leading…

England Top Scorer: England’s captain Harry Kane scored a first-half penalty in Euro 2024 qualifier clash against Italy to become England’s leading goal scorer. Kane broke Wayne Rooney’s record of 53 goals for the men’s national team. Kane’s goal helped England go 2-0 up in the match, solidifying their chances of qualifying for the upcoming tournament. Follow Football LIVE Updates on Insidesport.IN

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Kane earned his first England cap against Lithuania in March 2015 and eventually opened his goalscoring account for the Three Lions in the very same game. Since his senior debut for England, Kane has played under three managers namely Roy Hodson, Sam Allardyce, and Gareth Southgate, although it is the latter under whom, he has flourished and eventually rewarded with the captain’s armband. The Tottenham striker has scored 54 goals in just 92 appearances.

In comparison to Kane with England greats Wayne Rooney and Bobby Charlton, Kane is way ahead of both of them compared to his stage in his career. After 80 games, Rooney and Charlton had 34 and 43 goals respectively compared to Kane’s 54.

All-Time Top Scorer (Men) England
Players Goals
Harry Kane 54*
Wayne Rooney 53
Bobby Charlton 49
Gary Lineker 48
Jimmy Greaves 44

The 29-year-old has scored 48 goals in 63 appearances under manager Southgate, as no player has ever scored more for a single manager in England’s men’s history.

Chelsea forward Raheem Sterling at 18 goals comes second to Harry Kane in terms of goals in Southgate’s era. Meanwhile, 18 of Kane’s 54 goals for England have been scored from direct penalty kicks.

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At 29 years of age, with an ample amount of football left for the England goalscorer, he is hunting for Cristiano Ronaldo in the International goal-scoring record with the most goals by a male player. The Former Real Madrid forward currently stands tall with 119 goals in 197 appearances for Portugal. However, the interesting part is Ronaldo at the age of 39 is still going strong and in no hurry to call quits, therefore, the chase of Kane for Ronaldo’s record will be long and tiring, for sure.

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