Kane expects 'brave' and 'aggressive' England in Russian Federation

Kane expects 'brave' and 'aggressive' England in Russian Federation

Kane expects 'brave' and 'aggressive' England in Russian Federation

England touched down in Russian Federation on Tuesday and upon their arrival, Southgate revealed that the 20-year-old had an issue with his knee and is now being assessed by the Three Lions medical staff.

"We are seeing a team that is enjoying each other's company, getting on well, is very proud to represent the nation".

The Manchester United youth product, who has scored thrice while on worldwide duty, was set to attend his first World Cup this month, although his most recent injury has put his inclusion in doubt.

The showpiece event in Russian Federation will be Kane's first World Cup, having previously played for England at Euro 2016 and in the 2015 Under-21 European Championship, but the Tottenham striker wants to break his duck of never scoring at a major tournament.

"If a bit more time was taken, a bit more patience, I believe I should still be the England manager".

Injuries could play a part next season, so maybe keeping him, even if he does not start every game is the right way to go.

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"It is about reading the game, I don't want to leave space at the back to get on a counter-attack", he added.

Ashley Young said he had no concerns over his family coming to Russian Federation, amid worries over racism after defender Danny Rose announced he had told his family not to travel to the tournament. So that's big tournaments.

Underscoring the importance of the tournament, Kane said that there are many big tournaments like Champions League and Premier League, but nothing is bigger than the World Cup for him. It is the one competition that everybody dreams of winning.

And they have chosen a song by Glasgow-born Lonnie Donegan for the dubious honour, with the track known as World Cup Willie.

The Three Lions leave for Russian Federation on Tuesday before next Monday's Group G opener against Tunisia in Volgograd.


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