National team captain at 24-years-old, the youngest player to wear the armband at this summer's tournament, Kane also became the first player to score a brace at a World Cup for England since Gary Lineker in 1990.
England begin their World Cup campaign at a time when relations between Moscow and London are at a post-Cold War low with the two countries at odds over Ukraine, Syria and the poisoning of a former Russian spy in England with a military grade nerve agent in March.
It took Graham Kentsley, originally from St. Albans in Hertfordshire, just over five weeks to make the around 2,000 kilometer (1,243 miles) journey, which he timed so that he would arrive in good time for England's first World Cup match against Tunisia in the southern Russian Federation city of Volgograd.
England's opener was cancelled out by a soft penalty conceded by Kyle Walker and they only improved in the second half when Ruben Loftus Cheek and Marcus Rashford came on and helped change the game.
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Kane put England deservedly ahead in the 11th minute when Tunisia keeper Mouez Hassen could only palm a strong header by John Stones towards the striker who coolly netted.
But London-born Camilla Croxton, in Russian Federation for the first time for the tournament, had only kind words for the country and the locals she had met.
Hosts and visitors were largely on their best behaviour, but two drunk England supporters were taken off a train on their way to Volgograd and charged with minor offences.
Thankfully, Kane headed in a stoppage-time goal to give England three points in victory and set the team up well to advance out of the group stage.
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"I think if the Skripal business hadn't happened we would have had 10,000 here", he said.
After the goal, England lost its collective mind, as you would expect.
Kane has scored 13 goals in 24 worldwide appearances and said: "My game has always been about putting the team first".
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