Harry Kane – England’s Hero
In 2016 they said he was a one season wonder. He proved them wrong.
In 2017 they said he won’t be able to perform in Europe. He proved them Wrong.
Now 2018 has a new challenge for the man who thrives on proving people wrong. Harry Kane has a country to lead and boy has he started well. After scoring both of England’s goals and leading them to a victory in their opening match of the FIFA World Cup, Kane has set his sights on taking his team a long way in the competition. he’s adamant about using the World cup as a stage to prove his mettle and propel himself up with greatest in the form of Messi and Ronaldo. The 24-year-old striker finished second in this year’s golden boot race in the Premier League only behind Mohammed Salah and carrying that form into the World Cup he claims to have put no limits on what he can achieve.
How long before people accept Harry Kane is genuinely one of the best in the world? 🏴 pic.twitter.com/5OYg6YMRLz
— CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) June 19, 2018
“I had to prove people wrong throughout my life and I love proving to myself I can do it, I worked hard to get where am I am, I want to prove myself at a major tournament and it’s about stepping up, “ he said. He believes it gives him confidence and will be itching to get on the pitch the following games and make a statement.
He is leading a young and inexperienced England squad that is laden will lot’s of potential and talent. His captaincy will be vital to unlocking the potential of the young guns. He has already proven that he is capable of pulling the team out of sticky situations with his goal-scoring prowess and will need to continue his form to take his team all the way.
What a picture in added time Harry Kane scores his second goal to win England’s first group game! Best time to score so deep into added time made sure there was no comeback for Tunisians! 👍🏿 pic.twitter.com/FsI8TIpuQk
— Sol Campbell (@SolManOfficial) June 19, 2018
The fans, however, saw a new look England squad, fresh and full of energy and with no pressure on them, they have all the potential to do much better than their previous star-studded teams. The win against Tunisia showed the world that it’s a New England. It’s Harry Kane’s England.