With one flick of Kane's neck, the English bandwagon rolled into motion.
The suggestion that Brazil, Spain or any of the World Cup favourites will be wary of playing an England side that laboured through the second half in Volgograd in laughable, yet don't mention that reality to the 21 million fans who tuned in to watch Kane's heroics on Monday night.
Another said: "Thought I saw a few tears in the England players eyes while singing the national anthem there, but it's just Harry Kane spitting everywhere".
He has scored 135 goals in the past four seasons, including 41 last term as Tottenham finished third in the Premier League.
England were singing God Save the Queen before their World Cup opener with Tunisia. You can't aim low. "I am so excited to be here, but it is about proving a point".
"I had to prove people wrong throughout my career and I love proving to myself that I can do it".
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"I have been itching to get out there and showcase myself on the big stage".
"Ronaldo is the best in the world, up there with Messi, but the challenge is there to be with them".
"Poch texted me, and after as well".
England had made a superb start at the Volgograd Arena when Kane lashed the home from close range in the 11th minute, but the lead lasted 24 minutes before Tunisia drew level from the penalty spot through Ferjani Sassi.
"He is rooting for me". He is my boss, the manager, but he is a friend as well.
It was a solitary word that sparked a huge reaction on social media channels, with the debate over the quality of England's 2-1 win against Tunisia set to rumble on until they play again against Panama on Sunday.