England's U-21 Euro qualifier against Lithuania wasn't going so well. They created some chances and looked pretty good, but had less than 10 minutes to find a winner or suffer a disappointing draw.
Then Harry Kane came to the rescue.
That's Kane, flying in to nod the ball home and deliver England all three points
Kane did not start the match for England, coming on after the hour mark. That has been the norm for him with the U-21's as, more often than not, Gareth Southgate has opted against starting him despite the Spurs man continuing to play well.
England are still unbeaten in Group 1 and had already clinched first place in the group. They have advanced to the playoff round, which will take place in October and determine which teams qualify for the Euros. They will play one more qualifier on Tuesday against Moldova before moving onto the playoff round.