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Saturday, 30 June 2018

Harry Kane Ready To Lead England To World Cup Glory

Striker Harry Kane is ready to fire England to the quarter-finals of the World Cup and has said: “I feel I’m going to score every time I go on the pitch.”

The Tottenham star has 13 goals in nine matches for both club and country.

And with five goals already in Russia, he is firmly in the race for the Golden Boot.

That's despite not playing against Belgium in the 1-0 defeat on Thursday in Kaliningrad.

Kane insists there is a positive aspect to that as he is fit and ready to face Colombia.

The Tottenham striker stated: “My confidence is sky high. That’s 100 per cent the case. I think I am going to scoreevery time I am on the pitch.

“That’s especially the case when balls are just dropping in for you and things are going for you. You can’t wait to get out there.“You feel you are going to get chances and that feeling helps you find chances.“I’m ready for everything, whether it is a penalty, a set-piece or anything. I try to practise different situations and make sure I am ready for anything that comes.“You just want to be on the pitch because you know a chance will come.

“But the gaffer spoke to me and said the Belgium match was a chance to use fresh legs. You don’t always get that in a tournament and it means I’ll be ready to go on Tuesday.

“I am confident I can pick up where I left off because in my last match I scored a hat-trick.

“That’s how I look at it. If I had played against Belgium and hadn’t scored, maybe I’d be thinking, ‘I didn’t score in my last match’.

The 24-year-old has also admitted he is inspired by the goalscoring records of Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina's Lionel Messi.

He said: “Watching them is a motivation.It’s what the World Cup is all about – big players stepping up for their countries and I’m proud to be part of that.”

But he insists he is not obsessed with winning the Golden Boot, stressing: “Everyone thought I was going to play against Belgium because I wanted the Golden Boot.

“But there’s a bigger picture than that and a bigger priority – that’s to go as far as we can in this tournament.

“The target is to win it and if the Golden Boot comes along with that, then that would be perfect.

“But the target is to help the team. If my goals help the team, that’s brilliant; if not, I’ll be running round, working hard and trying to get assists. That’s all I can do.”

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