HARRY KANE has revealed the special boots he will wear against Ukraine – and they include a reference to his goal-scoring record.
The striker netted his 54th goal for England against Italy as he scored from the spot.
The goal took him one clear of Wayne Rooney and made him the Three Lions outright, all-time top scorer in the country's history.
Ahead of tomorrow's game against Ukraine at Wembley, his boots for that match have been revealed and contain the number "54" at the back of the shoe.
The flashy boots are largely in white but contain a tapestry of colourful words, images and shapes from the laces to the sole of the trainers.
Phrases such as "all time top scorer" and "captain" can be seen, along with several small union jacks.
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Most notably of all though is the wonderful tribute Kane, 29, leaves for his three kids.
Their names – "Vivi", which is short for Vivienne, "Ivy" and "Louis" are visible in small black letters on the sides of the boots.
Their dates of birth are also visible alongside their name.
Kane married childhood sweetheart Katie Goodland in 2019 and the two have three young children.
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Ivy is the oldest at six, Vivienne is four and Louis is two.
Kane's family will be cheering on the star when he takes to the field at Wembley tomorrow.
Victory in Naples has given England the perfect start to European Championship qualifying but Ukraine, with Premier League stars like Oleksandr Zinchenko and Mykhailo Mudryk in their ranks, are likely to provide tough opposition.
It is Ukraine's first game in England since Russia invaded at the beginning of last year.
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