England is currently playing Bulgaria in their EURO 2020 qualifying match at Wembley Stadium, and they have the lead thanks to Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane.
Kane, England’s captain, put the Three Lions up 1-0 in the 24th minute thanks to an assist from Raheem Sterling.
That goal started with what looked like some Pochettino-esque high pressure from England’s front three — Sterling took advantage of a bad pass from the Bulgarian keeper, won the ball, dribbled along the endline, and found Harry open for a simple short range blast. Boom, 1-0 to England.
That one-touch snap shot is vintage Kane — the kind of shot he takes a lot and rarely misses, especially from that distance. You love to see it.
Three Tottenham players are in Gareth Southgate’s roster for this international break. Two started — Kane and Danny Rose, while Harry Winks is on the bench.