Harry Kane's a big American football fan, if you didn't know. A huge fan of the New England Patriots, he also named his two dogs Brady and Russell after NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Russell Wilson. So with the Lions and the Chiefs playing at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, who better to take over the @NFLUK Twitter feed than one of the hottest young English strikers alive?
Here's a listing of Harry's tweets, in order.
Good to be here at Wembley watching the game! Don't get to see many live, great experience! - @HKane. #NFLUK pic.twitter.com/WBpirdbzge— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
TOUCHDOWN! Feel for the @Lions. They're getting battered by @chiefs! #NFLUK - @HKane— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
If you're not sure about the game, remember you can ask questions using >> #NFLRookie! - @HKane pic.twitter.com/jWsAN0jIJ7— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
TOUCHDOWN! Good to see the @Lions getting a score. Think the comeback's out of reach! They've definitely got pride! - @HKane.— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
TOUCHDOWN! @chiefs do it again... They've been awesome today! - @HKane— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
This is a great atmosphere. Loving it! #NFKUK - @HKane pic.twitter.com/y3uNWWFV8E— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 1, 2015
Yeah, they're not exactly the most detailed of tweets, but nobody said he was Jon Gruden. He may not ever sit beside Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long, but he was obviously delighted to be there.