The November international break was certainly profitable for Harry Kane.
England's captain netted an astonishing seven goals in two appearances, taking his overall tally for the Three Lions to 48.
Kane scored a first half hat-trick in the 5-0 victory over Albania at Wembley Stadium, before netting four goals in the opening 42 minutes during the 10-0 win away at San Marino.
Not bad, Harry.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker is now just five shy of equalling Wayne Rooney's all-time record for England, which is quite remarkable given that he's still nowhere near earning his 100th international cap.
Kane's record on the international stage is absurdly good and to further highlight that fact, we've compared his goals-per-game ratio to the rest of the top 15 scorers who're still available for selection by their country.
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To make things fairer (and slightly more interesting), only players operating for one of the top 30 nations in FIFA's World Rankings feature in our list below.
15. Alexis Sanchez | Chile
=11. Shinji Okazaki | Japan
=11. Andriy Yarmolenko | Ukraine
=11. Edinson Cavani | Uruguay
=11. Olivier Giroud | France
10. Javier Hernandez | Mexico
=8. Luis Suarez | Uruguay
=8. Lionel Messi | Argentina
7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic | Sweden
6. Robert Lewandowski | Poland
5. Neymar | Brazil
4. Cristiano Ronaldo | Portugal
3. Aleksandar Mitrovic | Serbia
2. Romelu Lukaku | Belgium
1. Harry Kane | England
Prior to the November international break, Kane was averaging 0.63 goals-per-game, but he's now leading the way by a considerable margin.
Mitrovic's place in the top three sheds more light on what a beast he's been for Serbia over the course of his career thus far, the Fulham striker recently scoring the winning goal against Portugal that secured a place at the 2022 World Cup.
But all three superstars are currently trailing in Kane's wake and the only way the gap is going to be bridged in the near future is if the England man starts forgetting how to find the back of the net.