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Harry Kane Surpasses Ronaldo’s International Goals Record in England’s Win Over Bosnia

Harry Kane

On Monday, England captain Harry Kane surpassed Brazilian legend Ronaldo’s international goals record.

Kane accomplished this milestone by scoring in England’s 3-0 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The match saw England take an early lead with a penalty from Chelsea’s Cole Palmer, followed by a goal from Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold.

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Harry Kane then sealed the win with a close-range strike after a goalmouth scramble.

This goal marked Kane’s 63rd in international football, pushing him past Ronaldo’s record.

While many consider Ronaldo to be the greatest No. 9 in international football history, Kane’s stats are particularly impressive.

The Bayern Munich striker has netted 63 goals in 90 appearances for England, compared to Ronaldo’s 62 goals in 98 appearances for Brazil.

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