Kane punished the woeful Bulgaria defence to open the scoring in the first half at Wembley before scoring through two penalties in the second half
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Rohit Shetty kickstarts shoot for Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 in Bulgaria; contestant Rani Chatterjee shares video from set
Rohit Shetty will be hosting the new season of Khatron Ke Khiladi, which is expected to premiere in January 2020.
Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Bulgaria to play two matches in partially empty stadiums due to racist behaviour from fans, says UEFA
In a statement, UEFA said the Bulgarians will have to take on Group A leaders England in October with capacity at the Vasil Levski stadium in Sofia reduced by 5,000 places
Euro 2020: Gareth Southgate calls on England side to live up to expectations and perform on home soil
Despite the fanfare that has greeted Gareth Southgate and his side since they surpassed expectations to reach the last four in Russia, he is keen to keep feet on the ground.
Bulgaria preparing bid to host 2024 Youth Winter Olympics after receiving encouragement from IOC president Thomas Bach
Bulgaria will prepare a bid to host the Winter Youth Olympics in 2024 after receiving a message of encouragement from International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach on Friday.
MEA terms Ram Nath Kovind's visit to Cyprus, Bulgaria and Czech Republic as successful; pacts on energy, defence, trade signed
MEA termed President Ram Nath Kovind's visit to Cyprus, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic as successful.
Ram Nath Kovind was visiting Bulgaria as part of his state visit to enhance bilateral ties between both the countries.
Ram Nath Kovind in Cyprus: President urges youth not to get carried away by 'instantness of technology'
President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday urged the youth not to get carried away by the instantness of technology, saying they must continue to work hard without the expectation of immediate reward.
President Ram Nath Kovind says Indian diaspora true cultural ambassadors of India, will deepen ties with Cyprus
Ram Nath Kovind arrived in Cyprus on Sunday on the first leg of his three-nation visit to Europe to continue India's high-level engagements with European countries.
Ram Nath Kovind embarks on three-nation tour to Cyprus, Bulgaria and Czech Republic; aims to boost bilateral ties
Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday embarked on a three-nation tour to Europe, spanning over eight days.
Brahmastra: Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt to resume shooting in Bulgaria; filming may wrap up by January 2019
Alia, who was shooting for Brahmastra, had hurt her arm right after her 25th birthday and had been advised rest for the next few weeks
16 people killed in Bulgaria after tourist bus overturns on highway, five suffer life-threatening injuries
Police in Bulgaria said the bus was carrying 33 pilgrims from the village of Bozhurishte and a driver on a weekend trip.
Bus accident in Bulgarian town of Svoge kills 15, injures 30; reports say over 600 died in road accidents in 2017
Bus accident in the Bulgarian town of Svoge has killed 15 and injured 30. Reports said that over 600 have been killed in road accidents in the past one year
Belgian police detain 13 in tennis match-fixing probe, raids part of investigation into Armenian-Belgian criminal network
Belgian police on Tuesday held 13 people as part of a major international investigation into match-fixing in tennis, barely a month after a report warned of a "tsunami" of corruption in the lower levels of the sport.
European Championship winners Stefani, Gabriela Stoeva talk about badminton in Bulgaria, love for Indian culture and PBL
During an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Stefani and Gabriela Stoeva spoke about badminton in Bulgaria, Premier Badminton League and their love for the rich Indian culture
A policewoman almost lost an eye from injuries suffered after a homemade explosive was set off prior to the Levski v CSKA city derby in Sofia on Wednesday.
The leaders of Turkey and Bulgaria are due to reopen the Bulgarian St Stephen's Church on Sunday in Istanbul after seven years of restoration, in a gesture of harmony in an often turbulent relationship between the two neighbours.
Bulgaria takes over EU's six-month revolving presidency, will grapple with migrant crisis and Brexit during term
Bulgaria, EU's poorest member state took over the bloc's six-month revolving presidency with the migrant crisis and Brexit among the top items on its agenda.
Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov climbed to a career-high world ranking of third on Monday after landing his biggest title to date at the ATP Finals in London.