Vardy and Kane were on the scoresheet as Roy Hodgson’s side overturned a two-goal deficit to run out 3-2 winners.
And Carragher praised the pair for showing that they were cut out to make it at the top level, despite being written off by many earlier in their careers.
Can't help but love Vardy & Kane! Both written off in their earlier careers now ripping it up for England!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) March 26, 2016
Vardy’s rise has been a remarkable one, as he has come through non-league to become Leicester’s main striker, as they push for the Premier League title.
The former Fleetwood Town and Halifax man has been a revelation so far this season, and he has scored with great frequency.
Kane, meanwhile, had has doubters throughout his Spurs career, but this term has proved beyond any doubt that he is a wonderful talent.
The 22-year-old has notched 27 goals in 50 appearances for club and country, and developed a reputation as one of the finest front men in the Premier League.