Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is on the verge of becoming an England legend…without equal. The 28-year-old scored his forty ninth international goal for The Three Lions during their recent friendly with Switzerland and now stands only 4 goals from equalling legend Wayne Rooney.

Following the fixture, Manchester United and England worldwide Luke Shaw didn’t hold back when expressing his views on how he sees Kane. The 26-year-old acknowledged that Kane is ‘probably’ the most lethal striker in world soccer.

Shaw said on 90min.

“I don’t see why not….For me at the moment, the way he’s playing, he’s one of the best strikers in the world, probably the best. So hopefully, you can keep that form up, keep it going…For me at the moment, the way he’s playing, he’s one of the best strikers in the world, probably the best. So hopefully, you can keep that form up, keep it going…He’s showing it week in, week out at the moment and it’s a joy to watch. Long may that continue and I’m sure he will be hunting another Golden Boot and all the other records.”

 

The Spurs striker may break Rooney’s document on the FIFA World Cup later this 12 months, and contemplating his age, Kane may go on to set a buffer between himself and other future challengers to the title of England’s most prolific striker.

Kane shall be leaned on in a big way if England are to reach yet another final in Qatar. In the last year alone, The Three Lions reached the UEFA Euro last however fell to Italy.

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