(Original post by Mackay)
The most refreshing thing was how much it seemed to mean to him. He was ecstatic and I haven't seen emotion from an England scorer like that for a long time. Lambert, Sterling, Welbeck, Townsend's first goals didn't exude the same type of enthusiasm.
Consistency is key for Kane now, though. It's whether he can sustain this long-term (i.e. multiple seasons) or whether he becomes a new Kevin Phillips.
That's exactly what worries me.
Best get him sold to Real Madrid for 100 million ASAP!
(so it can be wasted on another Spanish striker who's completely useless)