Kane netted a penalty just before half-time as a Raheem Sterling hat-trick and a Thomas Kalas own goal helped England off to an emphatic start in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign at Wembley.
But Sterling can now boast five goals from his last three worldwide starts and, sitting just two behind Kane's 17 Premier League strikes for the season, the Tottenham striker feels there are now goals throughout the current England side.
"Obviously all of England expects that everyone else will be playing for second place and England will have an easy way to win the group", he said.
"I thought he was electric all night", said the England manager.
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"We are feeling good at the moment, we feel we can beat anyone and confidence is high".
Initially he looked a little nervous, but support from captain Harry Kane helped him get back on track. We can't hide from the fact he's had hard moments with England and he's turned that full circle.
The Borussia Dortmund forward created Sterling's first goal on Friday night but feels there is more to come from him.
"Callum has probably had a limited amount of games at Chelsea but he's the same again, every time I've seen him I've been really excited".
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Grou said he was thankful to all those who rushed to his aid and those who supported him. "I pray that St. Three guards restrained him while others tended to Grou, who appeared to be in shock.
"We'll have some players come through that will surprise us and, frankly, are going to excite the public because when they see them play, they're going to be excited by what they've seen because we are".
Sterling lifted his shirt after scoring his second goal to display a tribute to Damary Dawkins, a 13-year-old member of Crystal Palace's elite player development centre who died last week of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, four years after being diagnosed.
"He has been helping me a lot, but it's not just him, everyone has made me and Callum comfortable and made us feel welcome". "Sadly it didn't match and he passed away, so I wanted to give his family something to smile about".
Former Republic of Ireland worldwide Declan Rice - subject of scrutiny after old social media posts appearing to show support for the IRA resurfaced - was on the pitch for his debut by the time the fourth goal went in.
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Asked whether Rice was an option to start in Dier's stead in Podgorica, Southgate answered in the affirmative and ruled out calling for any replacements at this stage.