Hey, so this Harry Kane guy? He's pretty neat. For the second game in a row, he's scored a goal for England. This time, it came against better opposition -- scoring against Switzerland is quite a bit more impressive than doing it against San Marino. Here's the goal:
Well if that isn't a perfectly placed and composed finish. Way to go, Harry.
Just like he did in the last game, Kane came on as a second half substitute in this one. But unlike the match against San Marino, he came on for Jonjo Shelvey in order to play with Wayne Rooney, as opposed to being a like-for-like swap with England's joint-scoring leader. Roy Hodgson opted to drop Rooney back into midfield and play Kane up top, which seems to have worked very well. Maybe this will lead to something permanent?
And we can only hope Kane comes back to Tottenham Hotspur scoring goals. He's in form now. #NARRATIVE