Tottenham star Kane: England captaincy won't make a difference

Joy Montgomery
October 7, 2017

England offered little attacking threat on a dreary and subdued night at Wembley Stadium that was lit up only in the fourth minute of additional time when Kane latched onto Kyle Walker's cross and struck under goalkeeper Jan Oblak.

"It's not a relief, I always thought we'd achieve the objective (of qualifying)".

"An opponent that on any given night, there's an opportunity for us to try and find a way to win the game and certainly the players believe that".

"We've put together the basis of a team plan".

"I know from when I worked in Qatar with him he was saying how good Kane was". I've seen Bobby Robson get to a World Cup semi-final and he was hammered up until the quarter-final stage. "My desire and ideal way of playing and what we need to do over the next year are maybe two different things".

"But we're working to change the generation and we've brought some young players through". To marry those things is hard. Of course we'd have loved to have played more fluidly and scored more goals.

But he praised Slovenia for making it hard, adding: "We have a responsibility to create chances and to get the crowd excited so we can't expect they make it a cauldron without us doing that".

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"But they will give everything they've got for the shirt and they are going to improve over the next few years".

"They're a work in progress".

England conclude their Group F campaign away to Lithuania on Sunday but Southgate does not plan to release players despite having clinched qualification.

"I love the player and I love the character".

"Analysis is important because it's how it's interpreted - we've presented the Germans as a formidable opponent but not an invincible opponent", he said. We're full of admiration for the guy who calls it a good eight seconds before it crosses the line.

"We've qualified with a game in hand and we kind of take qualification for granted now", he said. It's defending champions Germany who lead the way in the betting for glory at 5/1, followed by the likes of Brazil, Spain, France, and Argentina, although the latter are struggling to even qualify over in the competitive South American zone. "But we have got goalscorers".

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