He's been showing us season in, season out, that he is among the best strikers in the Premier League.
Eleven lucky England fans could win £50,000 when they find a tiny engraving of Harry Kane on a special batch of £5 notes - if his side reaches the World Cup final. We're pleased with the intelligence and style of our play.
"We can't really look back and see what is in the rear-view mirror". Us neither. But it turns out such a thing does actually exist, as Frankfurt team Eintracht having made their own version, which translates as "Eagles On The Chest".
Neither Belgium nor Croatia has ever won the tournament.
To celebrate the waistcoat sales, Marks & Spencer launched National Waistcoat Day on the day of England's quarter final clash with Sweden.
The French players danced on the field after the final whistle and shook the hand of Thierry Henry, who helped Les Bleus win the World Cup in 1998 and is now Belgium's assistant coach.
Southgate is well aware of the near-hysteria among England's support at home, and takes pride from the manner in which his team is unifying the country.
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The 72-year-old says his designs are insured for £50,000 and fans should expect that sum altogether if they were to auction the notes.
"They are proud to wear the shirt. It is a special feeling and a privilege".
England's progress in Russian Federation has revived the Three Lions anthem - which includes the line "football's coming home".
But Southgate revealed he could not listen to it for many years. They lost in extra time in Paris in the final of the 2016 European Championship to Portugal.
And they've revealed that since the showpiece began, sales of waistcoats have doubled due to people wanting to channel their inner Southgate.
"I don't feel pressure, but I'm excited about playing in a very special match".