The striker, who could make his England debut this evening, scored the last time these two teams met.
England take on Lithuania tonight and it is a fixture that is perhaps unfamiliar to England fans. It should be, because the two have never met.
Since 'Lietuva' became an independent footballing nation again back in 1990 the two teams have never met at full senior level.
They have met at under-21 level however. The last time they did so was in September last year. England scraped a win in Lithuania, with a second half substitute doing the business.
That second half substitute, was Harry Kane.
The Tottenham striker headed home a cross from Southampton's James Ward-Prowse to secure a hard-fought win for Gareth Southgate's men in their under-21 European Championships qualifying campaign.
It was a moment that not many would have registered at the beginning of the season, but looking back, it was a sign of things to come.
In all competitions Kane has scored 29 goals for Tottenham and is currently the joint top-scorer in the Premier League.
His impressive form has seen him win Player of the Month in the Premier League twice in a row, the first person to do so since Cristiano Ronaldo, and earn an England call-up.
Could he net against Lithuania once again?