Although Medium Sharp, Kane Is Not a Sign England

Although Medium Sharp, Kane Is Not a Sign England

Although Medium Sharp, Kane Is Not a Sign England

London – Harry Kane is a native English striker sharpest today. Nevertheless, not necessarily belonging to the Tottenham Hotspur striker was included in the England national team squad.

Kane has scored 14 goals in the Premier League this season, two more goals than any other British attackers, namely Saido Berahino who has scored 12 goals. Overall, when taking into account the goals of another event, Kane has scored 24 goals this season.

Bagging 24 goals clearly not nicks carelessly. Kane is predicted to be called up to the England team this March. The Three Lions will undergo two games, namely face Lithuania in European Championship qualifier in 2016 (27/3) and against Italy with the status of the test match (31/3).

However, the England manager, Roy Hodgson, said that Kane is not necessarily included in the squad for the two games. As a manager, Hodgson admitted that there are some things that should he consider to choose a player.

“I’m happy for him. We’ll see, when I choose a player at the end of the month, whether he is elected or not,” said Hodgson as reported by Sky Sports.

“Kane is ready. If not ready, he will not be playing for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and scored a lot of goals.”

“One factor that is always a consideration is the quality of players and our talents are needed, and whether there is a place for him or not because we consider the other players as well,” said Hodgson.

The last time England international matches diving, Hodgson calling four attackers: Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Rickie Lambert, and Berahino.

Now, with the Kane and Daniel Sturridge recovery from injury, there were six attackers who could be called Hodgson for England squad later this month.