Harry Kane looks back on his dream England debut

Tuesday 01 Sep 2015
Harry Kane enjoyed a dream debut for England in March 2015

Harry Kane reported at St. George's Park for England duty on Tuesday afternoon with memories of his "dream debut" still fresh in the memory.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker was first called into Roy Hodgson's squad for the Euro Qualifier with Lithuania and friendly with Italy in March, after taking the Premier League by storm with his performances and goals for Spurs.

Harry Kane is congratulated by Fabian Delph

Kane scored after less than two minutes of his England debut against Lithuania

And the 21-year-old didn't let anyone down at Wembley Stadium, coming off the bench to score after just 79 seconds in a 4-0 victory over the Lithuanians.

As the Three Lions now prepare for games against San Marino and Switzerland over the next seven days, FATV caught up with Kane to go over his recollections of that week.

Kane recalls the moment he found out about his senior call-up, the build-up to the game and the magic moment when he fulfilled a boyhood dream.

Watch the full feature with Harry in the video player below.


By Nicholas Veevers Content Manager - FA Owned Channels at St. George's Park