Harry Kane’s penalty kick for England on the 23rd March against Italy in the match held in Naples will go down in history as a defining moment for both the captain and his team. The tension was palpable as Kane stepped up to the spot. The pressure on Kane was immense, but he remained composed and confidently struck the ball into the back of the net, securing an eventual 2-1 victory for his team and finally putting to bed the inevitable, becoming England’s top goalscorer of all time.
The weekend later, at Wembley Stadium, Kane was awarded a Golden Boot to celebrate his incredible goalscoring feats for the Three Lions. Lovingly hand-crafted in our London workshop, the stunning detail on the boot is a fitting reminder of the goalscoring art that Kane has perfected since making his Three Lions’ bow against Lithuania back in March 2015.
It didn’t take long for Kane to make his mark. In fact, it took just 79 seconds, three touches and one header for him to score his first England goal. “50 more touches and Harry Kane will beat Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record,” quipped Gary Lineker after he bulged the net for the first time in England colours.