Tottenham star Harry Kane is claiming the strike against Lithuania as his.
Harry Kane wants England's second goal as his own, and took to Twitter after the 3-0 win over Lithuania to let fans know.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker thought he had netted in the first half after firing home after a one-two with Liverpool's Adam Lallana - his opponent this weekend - but to see his effort ruled as an own goal.
Kane hit the post, with the ball rebounding onto goalkeeper Giedrus Arlauskis, before ending up in the net.
The England striker had eight shots during the game, but could not find a way through in the second half.
10 out of 10.Great achievement but the hard work starts now preparing for the summer!I heard the dubious goals panel has given me the goal.— Harry Kane (@hkane28) October 12, 2015
With every goal counting towards a striker's tally, and especially Kane who has struggled to hit the net (at the right end) this season, it's little wonder he is keen to get the credit for his strike.
In his favour is former England goalkeeper David James, who called for consistency, looking back at a similar goal Wayne Rooney had awarded to him at a major tournament.
Kane goal is credited as an own goal because it hit the post, then came off the keeper. Didn't Rooney do the same V Switzerland, 2004?— David James (@jamosfoundation) October 12, 2015