Kane is thinking about trophies

Kane is thinking about trophies

London Tottenham and England national team forward continues complaining about the lack of trophies. Now on the international level.

Harry Kane became the Premier League's top scorer last season, overtaking Mohamed Salah. But despite the achievement, Tottenham did not qualify for the Champions League and missed out on domestic and international titles again. In the League Cup final, the Spurs were minimally behind Manchester City and thus extended their trophy-free streak in all tournaments to 13 years.

It is not surprising that the forward himself said after this that he was going to leave Tottenham for another club. But if the transfer to conditional PSG, Chelsea or Manchester City can help him with this, then there are difficulties with the national team. Since Harry has played for the Three Lions, he will no longer be able to change his citizenship in the hope of playing for another national team. And the Hurricane has the goals to win the international trophy,

“If I end my career without winning a trophy with England, it will be a failure. I know that we are still developing, we still have the opportunity to progress, but that is the goal. I think we can do that,” Kane said.

At the 2018 World Cup, Kane and England finished fourth, losing the bronze medal to Belgium. Now, ahead of Euro 2020, Southgate’s team has some problems. This is injured Harry Maguire, who went to the continental championship, although he has not fully recovered from the injury, and Trent Alexander-Arnold, who received a thigh injury. Both footballers have to cement the defense, and the latter must also build up in attack, as in the matches for Liverpool only he alone accounts for 0.2 xG every match, but everything is a miss.

Although Pari-Match bookmaker considers England to be the second in the race of favorites for the title of European champions, the odds on Southgate's men are 6.00, while leading France have an indicator of 5.50. The top five also includes Belgium (7.00), Germany (8.00) and Spain (8.50). Where do you think England will reach at Euro 2020? Write about it in the comments.