The hosts won Saturday’s international friendly 2-1 at Wembley Stadium in London.
Luke Shaw equalized in the first half after Brill Embolo led the visitors. Captain Kane scored the winning goal after the break.
After three minutes the interval could be doubled. Fopian Frey’s powerful shot from close range was blocked by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
In the 36th minute, Kyle Walker-Peters shot from near Phil Foden’s pass in the D-box. Although the linesman raised the offside flag.
Two minutes later another point was saved by England. The ball hits the post in the curved corner of Shachiri. Embolo later lost his chance by hitting outside.
England equalized in the added time of the first half. Walker-Peters got the ball by forgetting the opponent and increased Galaghar. Shaw finds the address with a left-footed shot from 20 yards near the midfielder.
The speed of the game decreases in the second half. In the 61st minute, the Swiss goalkeeper easily caught the ball with Kane’s weak head.
Kane led the team with a successful spot kick in the 8th minute. The referee awarded the penalty with the help of VAR when the head of Mark Gayer, who was inaugurated in the corner of Jack Grillish, fell into the hands of Steven Zuber of Switzerland.
Kane has scored six goals in the last three matches of the national team. He scored a hat-trick against Albania before scoring four goals against San Marino.
The gap was not widened when Connor Cody’s head Swiss goalkeeper jumped from close range in the last minute of regulation time.
In all competitions, England remained unbeaten in 21 consecutive matches.
Southgate will play another friendly match in the Nations League next June. Next Tuesday at Wembley, their opponent is Cote d’Ivoire.