Harry Kane scored for the England U-21s ... again.
He's made a habit of doing this. Probably because he is very good. Today, he got the start in the Three Lions' final group stage match. It was a pretty meaningless one, as England had already clinched the group and a spot in the playoff, but it was yet another chance to get on the pitch and lay a beating on Moldova, which they did 3-0.
But about that goal.
Collecting the ball, turning and then firing? That's not bad.
Of course, if Moldova were better, the goalkeeper may not get beat there. He may not have gotten the space to turn so easily. A lot could have been different, but Kane played against the team the fixture makers put on the pitch against him and scored a pretty tidy goal. That's not so bad.
Just to make things better, Kane also added an assist in the match.