Kane was England's match winner in their opening Group G game against Tunisia, scoring twice including an injury time strike that sealed the three points for Gareth Southgate's side.
That wasn't an isolated performance from the Tottenham Hotspur forward either. The 24-year-old comes into this summer on the back of another impressive Premier League haul.
Thirty league goals in the 2017-18 season for Spurs was his best tally to date and the previous two campaigns saw England's new captain collect the top scorer prize for his efforts.
That potency has been replicated on the international stage too. Kane has scored 10 goals in his last 10 games for England and in in each of his last four appearances.
Panama struggled to contain Belgium in their first game, tiring in the second half and conceding three times in the process.
Based on that display, Southgate's side can expect plenty of scoring opportunities and it'/s reasonable to expect a large percentage of those chances to fall to a striker who is as effective as Kane is proving.
Seemingly relishing the responsibility as England's leading man, the 50/1 (51.0) available to new Coral customers about Kane scoring at any time is sure to prove one of the most appealing offers of the weekend, if not the World Cup.