What Tottenham striker Harry Kane said about England’s place after Croatia’s calm display
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hinted that he believes he is not unbeatable in the eyes of England manager Gareth Southgate.
The Three Lions captain was silent during the nation’s opener – the 1-0 win over Croatia at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
There have been calls for the Spurs man to potentially be dropped for the next game against Scotland, but that seems highly unlikely given Kane’s excellent record for his country under Gareth Southgate.
Indeed, the 27-year-old has scored 29 goals in 38 games under the direction of the current head coach of the Three Lions.
Despite this, Kane believes his place in England’s starting XI remains precarious due to the immense competition within the current squad.
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Speaking to ITV, he said: “You will have to ask Gareth [if I am undroppable] but I never see it that way.
‘[Whether I start on the bench] is not my decision. I’m going to train as hard as I can to play and that’s the point of trying to lead the boys and win the games.
“We have a lot of competition for places. Dominica [Calvert-Lewin] came and did a good job. For me it’s about training the way I train every day, trying to be the best and trying to improve every day and, when I play, trying to do my best for the team.
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“I think that’s what everyone is doing right now and I’m sure there will be a rotation between all the players in this tournament – everyone is waiting for the chance to try to make an impact. “
Although he failed to make it on the Three Lions’ scoresheet in the tournament opener, Kane will look to rectify that on Friday as Scotland travel to Wembley.
He has broken the hearts of the Scots before by equalizing the stoppage time at Hampden Park as the two teams met in World Cup qualifying in 2017.