England men's captain and Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane made an appearance on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' last night - for some reason.

The 28-year-old striker came on the show to chat about his career so far with the international team.

Having led the three lions to the World Cup semi final in 2018, Kane mentioned his determination to bring them one step closer this time and reach a final - We're guessing he's not praying for another penalty shootout, however.

Fallon himself was already a fan of Kane, as he claimed he used him on the video game FIFA (soon to be called EA Sports FC). "I play you, you're my guy. So I just want to say thank you for all the wins!"

Kane chatted about the new exhibition in the Museum of London which focuses on his football career and youth. "I really had to work hard to prove people wrong, but I think that's what made me who I am today," Kane said about his younger years. "That's why the museum is there. Kids can go and look at that and see my journey and hopefully one day they can aspire to be where I am."

NFL quarterback supreme Tom Brady also made his way into conversation, with Kane citing him as an inspiration and now a close friend. "I slid into his DM's - he was a great guy, we got talking, I was wishing him luck for the season and we grew our relationship from there."

Of course, it's not Jimmy Fallon without a little gimmick at the end of the interview and Kane was challenged to a mini-foosball game, where he convincingly dispatched the talk-show host with a 2-0 win.

Check out the full interview below.

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