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Kane back in record breaking form

Harry Kane has climbed further up the ladder of the all-time England goalscorers after seven goals in two games.

Kane followed up his hat trick against Albania with four goals against San Marino, becoming the first England player to score four in one game since Ian Wright in 1993 which, incidentally, was also against the same team.

And he also broke the record for scoring the most goals in one year for England with 16, and became only the fourth to ever score consecutive hat tricks.

He’s now joint third in the all-time England goalscorers list level with Gary Lineker, and ends this year with an average of one goal per game for his country.

And should he continue that form on the international stage, he could very well break that record very soon, as he is now just five goals behind Wayne Rooney.

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