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Harry Kane proud of scoring key goal for England while being captain

• Equaliser against Scotland ‘probably most special moment of my career so far’
• Kane waiting to discover who wears captain’s armband on permanent basis

Harry Kane has spoken of his pride at captaining his country but insists England boast “plenty of leaders” in their ranks as Gareth Southgate contemplates who will wear the armband on a permanent basis.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward, who does not captain his club side, became the fifth captain of Southgate’s seven?game tenure after Wayne Rooney, Gary Cahill, Joe Hart and Jordan Henderson at Hampden Park on Saturday and seized his opportunity by scoring the team’s 93rd?minute equaliser. That timely intervention, just moments after two free-kicks by Leigh Griffiths had taken Scotland to the verge of a first win in this fixture in 17 years, maintained England’s unbeaten qualifying campaign at the top of Group F.

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