Juno orbiter finds Harry Kane’s Iceland free kick

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NASA’s Jupiter orbiter has found the football that was last seen leaving Harry Kane’s foot during England’s game with Iceland.

The ball was found orbiting Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system.

Jimmy BoggleEyes from NASA told WalesOnCraic:

“Yeah, that free kick was something else – straight out of a donkey’s anus I’d say. Our probe picked up the ball about 2 miles north of Jupiter’s big red spot. We’ve stuck out a big robotic arm and brought it on board. All we need now is Harry to come round to ours to ask for his ball back.”

A spokesman for the English football team said:

“Leave it ‘aht Kath,” and “Woss going on ‘ere then?” to conform to stereotypical representations in the media.