Published: Tue, July 03, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Harry Kane says he can score in every World Cup game

Harry Kane says he can score in every World Cup game

England take on Colombia in the last-16 of the World Cup in Moscow on Tuesday looking for their first victory in a knockout match since 2006.

"It feels like a new revolution".

"On the pitch you learn about them as well to get a rough idea of how they play - what are their qualities, what are their weaknesses".

"I don't think we lost any momentum".

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Much has been made of the fact that England are on the so-called "easier" side of the draw, avoiding a potential quarter-final tie with Brazil, but the Tottenham man would not entertain such thoughts.

"No. Obviously we are going to have to play the big teams sooner rather than later, and if you want to be the best team in the world, you've got to beat the big teams".

He said: "We have to focus on the game tomorrow".

If Colombia can keep up their defensive form from the group stage, England could very well struggle to create chances in this game as well. There probably is another gear we can go to. But Kane is ignoring all the talk around his own performances and England's hopes of success in Russian Federation after reading too much during the dismal Euro 2016 campaign. I mean, we've been so fortunate to have a squad of players whose character and spirit has formed an incredible bond.

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England's failures have become a recurring national joke, with acres of newsprint and even academic studies devoted to why their players are found wanting in such situations.

"That's what got us here, so why change?"

Lingard praised his club manager Jose Mourinho for showing faith in him and giving him the chance to shine at Old Trafford.

"There has been a lot of talk about set-pieces and getting goals from that but in this tournament a lot of goals have been scored from set-pieces".

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"There are still defensive responsibilities, when you are playing midfield attacking and defending is part of the job. There's nothing more important than family to me - family always comes first and always will", Delph had said earlier this month, as quoted by ESPN FC.

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