Harry Kane has set record as the first England player to score in every qualifying match with two goals on Sunday’s match against Kosovo which ended in 4-0 win.

Kane scored the lead goal in the first half. But England had to wait till the last 12 minutes to score three extra goals through Kane, Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount.

“It was a difficult game. The pitch was poor and they were really up for it,” said Kane after the match.

“But we got it right in the end. As a striker I want to be scoring goals and winning games. It was great to get another goal there. Hopefully I can keep that going.”

Sunday’s match against Kosovo has made the Tottenham Hotspur striker to become the first England striker to score 12 goals in all qualifying matches in more than 90 years.

His record equals George Hilsdon (1908) and Dixie Dean (1927).

England has already qualified for Euro 2020 after beating Montenegro 7-0 on Thursday November 14.

The three Lions remain top of Group A with 21 points and 37 goals scored. While Kosovo is third with 11 points and could still qualify through the play-off process.