Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is giving away the shirt he wore for the Three Lions, as Gareth Southgate led England to a 3-2 win over Spain.
The UEFA Nations League encounter last month saw England record their first win in Spain for 31 years, through a brace by Raheem Sterling and a solo effort by Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
The game marked a significant moment for the nation’s 48-year-old manager, who had previously remarked that England could not rank themselves with the world’s best until they could beat the likes of Spain.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 7, 2018
Kane captained the Three Lions on the night and is now looking to add further significance to the historic win, by donating the shirt he wore in Seville to the Bobby Moore Fund.
The fund was set up by Stephanie Moore in partnership with Cancer Research shortly after Bobby passed away in 1993, aged 51, with a focus on bowel cancer.
In hopes of raising funds and awareness, the 25-year-old striker is auctioning his signed jersey and took to Twitter to alert users to a chance of winning a piece of England history.
The auction closes at midnight, Friday 9th November.