England’s captain, Harry Kane scored his first 2022 FIFA world cup goal as England continued their dominance over African teams with a commanding 3-0 win against Senegal in Sunday’s round of 16 clash in Qatar.
Kane alongside Bukayo Saka and Jordan Henderson, denied Senegal the chance of a second quarter-final appearance at the World Cup.
Henderson’s goal against Senegal see him becoming England’s second-oldest player to score at the World Cup, after Tom Finney against USSR in 1958.
The goal against Senegal is Kane’s 11th goal at major tournaments for England.
He now has 7 World Cup, 4 Euros goals which takes him pass Gary Lineker with 10 goals as the Three Lions’ all-time top scorer in such competitions.
England will now face defending champions, France in the quarter-finals billed for Saturday, 10 December.