Harry Kane: we could have done better


Harry Kane: we could have done better

"I'd be amazed if we didn't learn in the next few days that Kane wasn't carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV Sport.

Despite Kane transferring his form from the Premier League into the World Cup, with six goals to his name in Russia, Croatia's centre-back believes that he has the ability to win their latest tussle.

Pundit Paul Merson has told the Daily Star that he thinks Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren won't have slept well thinking about having to play against Harry Kane tonight.

"I am sure Londoners of all ages and backgrounds will come together in their thousands at Hyde Park to cheer England on what could be an historic night". We want this to be a family-friendly occasion and a chance for England fans young and old to show the positive spirit of football to the country and the world.

England is making waves at the World Cup in Russian Federation, and they're being followed by a bittersweet tune. "We felt we were good enough but have fallen just a bit short". The team has done much better than past tournaments.

If you've been following the World Cup, particularly England's performance in it, perhaps you've heard the chant: "It's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home".

England's midfielder Jordan Henderson and Gareth Southgate at the Luxhniki Stadium. The "Football's coming home" chants gathered steam after Kieran Trippier gave Gareth Southgate's side the lead with a brilliant freekick in the first-half.

"I would just walk out of the room, it is an anthem and has followed the team for a long time but involved some hard moments as well".

"That [Euro 96] ended in disappointment and it's nice to be able to put a different frame on it now", he added.

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