The 21-year-old entered the fray with the Euro 2016 qualifier over as a contest thanks to goals from captain Wayne Rooney, Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck and Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling.
However, Kane, who missed out on a starting spot, headed into the net with his first touch of the ball in an England shirt after Sterling picked out the Spurs man with a cross.
The Tottenham striker admitted that he had dreamt of his Three Lions debut and expressed his delight to score on his first England appearance in front of a sold-out Wembley.
Best night of my life by far! So proud to have made my debut and to score is just something else! Had dreams of that moment for many years!
— Harry Kane (@hkane28) March 27, 2015
Kane has scored 19 Premier League goals this season, joining Chelsea striker Diego Costa at the top of the goal-scoring charts.
Only Barcelona legend Lionel Messi has scored more goals than the Tottenham striker in 2015.
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