Gary Cahill headed in his fourth goal in 11 games for club and country on Friday night as England thrashed Scotland at Wembley Stadium.
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) November 11, 2016
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The Chelsea defender has seemingly learned the art of centre-back scoring from club partner John Terry.
In fact, Cahill – whose latest goal came via a Wayne Rooney corner kick – is now on a run of form that puts many of football’s superstar strikers to shame.
Manchester United icon Zlatan Ibrahimovic has only scored three times in his last 11 matches, while Leicester City and England hitman Jamie Vardy went into tonight’s game with zero goals in his previous 11 outings (in fact none in his last 13).
Cahill often comes in for criticism, but right now he is delivering at both ends of the pitch.