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Harry Kane has just scored a sensational 93rd minute goal from the halfway line to clinch victory over Juventus.
Having regained possession just inside the Juventus half, Kane spotted Wojciech Szczęsny off his line and promptly produced a stunning first-time effort that flew into the top bins.
It might only be in a friendly but it could well be one of the best goals of Kane's career and that is saying something.
Kane's worldie strike saw Spurs record a 3-2 win in a thrilling International Champions Cup fixture in Singapore. Erik Lamela put the Premier League side ahead early on before Gonzalo Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo struck four minutes apart in the second half.
Lucas Moura levelled after some fine work from Tanguy Ndombele a mere two minutes after entering the fray for his Tottenham debut and it was Kane who finished off the encounter in style with a 60-yard wonder-goal.
We've seen both David Beckham and Wayne Rooney conjure up incredible long-range strikes in their career and now Kane has become the third England skipper to do so.
The 25-year old has made a career out of scoring a whole host of different types of finishes but even though there wasn't all that much significance attached to his goal today, it has to be one of the best he has scored.
It's one thing to have the awareness to spot the 'keeper off his line but the execution and technique here is just utterly outrageous.
Take a bow, Harry.
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