The striker kept a promise to a young fan yesterday evening.
England maintained their 100% qualifying record for the European Championships next summer last night with a comfortable, although rather boring, 2-0 win over Estonia at Wembley.
It was an uninspiring game played at the pace of a team that had already qualified for the tournament at stake. Goals from Theo Walcott and Raheem Sterling did the trick in a game in which the only positives were the continued development of Chris Smalling and Ross Barkley - not to mention the international debut given to teenager Dele Alli.
After the game of course plenty of England players took to twitter to express their delight at the win - although Tottenham striker Harry Kane had a different message.
He has been invited to a kickabout by a young Tottenham fan via Twitter this week, but had to tell the young lad he could not make it as England duty called.
But Oscar Loukianos did get to come watch the game and met his hero after the match - as Kane showed with a touch of class on twitter last night:
I couldn't make the kickabout at Oscar's house but delighted to help him come and watch mine tonight! Top man. pic.twitter.com/bcRweaUOw9— Harry Kane (@hkane28) October 9, 2015
Gary Cahill also took to Twitter to highlight his joy at captaining England from the start for the first time, stepping up in place of the injured Wayne Rooney:
England will now be hoping to tie up a 100% group in Lithuania this Monday.