With 15 goals in 25 appearances - including a record of 10 in 10 during Gareth Southgate's managerial reign - the Tottenham forward is out on his own as England's danger man in Russian Federation.
And it was a former Blade in Harry Maguire who headed the ball down to Kane from the corner to set up the iconic goal.
"We had some of them in our eyes and some of them in our mouth".
The rest of the starting XI at the Volgograd Arena boast just 12 global goals between them, including seven from Young's previous incarnation as an attacker.
Trippier, who plays alongside the striker at club level, has claimed that the forward's presence goes beyond the pitch.
"I wanted to make a mark at the World Cup", he said.
Mr Nourse added: "I think we can get through the group and with England you never know after that". We saw Jesse had a few chances, Raz (Sterling) had a few chances as well.
This electric video was shot inside the O2 Academy on Cookridge Street in Leeds, where nearly 1400 packed in to cheer on Gareth Southgate's troops to a 2-1 over Tunisia on Monday night.
National team captain at 24-years-old, the youngest player to wear the armband at this summer's tournament, Kane also became the first player to score a brace at a World Cup for England since Gary Lineker in 1990.
There were scenes of unrivalled joy across the country as Harry Kane popped up with an injury-time victor against Tunisia last night.
"If things are not working he's got a big voice in the dressing room, everyone listens to him", the right-back told reporters. When he's with you, you just feed off him. He dedicates his life to football.