Kane scored a 91st-moment winner as England beat Tunisia 2-1
Harry Kane has talked about his pride in the wake of scoring a sensational late winner as England beat Tunisia 2-1 to anchor their first World win since beating Slovenia 1-0 in 2010.
Kane opened the scoring by changed over Harry Maguire’s spared header at that point scored a late victory after Tunisia evened out from the penalty spot.
Harry Kane –“I’m extremely glad,” said Kane. “We’ve completed a considerable measure of work, it was extreme, and we got the nerves and fervour out the way. I’m so pleased.”
The Three Lions began extremely well and Kane recognizes England ought to have possessed the capacity to put more objectives past their sub-par rivals.
Harry Kane –“I thought we played extremely well, could have scored a couple of additional, credit to the fellows we continued onward, got to the latest possible time and we’re totally humming. “
“We talked a considerable measure about fellowship, we have an awesome bond off the pitch which is pleasant.”
Gareth Southgate’s arranging saw England have an extraordinary measure of progress from corners, with Maguire and John Stones thumping the ball down for advances from the penalty spot.
Harry Kane –“I think a couple of corners we had such a great amount of satisfaction from corners, they were attempting to stop us and hold us, that is football, that is the ref and it demonstrates great character to do what we’ve done.”
Kane may have possessed the capacity to add to his objectives add up to form the penalty spot, however, was twice denied a penalty as the official looked on positively at Tunisia’s catching inside the penalty territory.
England is showing great frame going into Sunday’s game against Panama who was 3-0 down against Belgium, who England play in the last Gathering G game on Thursday 28 June.