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Harry Kane says he can score in every World Cup game

03 July, 2018, 01:56 | Author: Hannah Francis

Nonetheless, the 70-year-old Eriksson, who took England to World Cup quarterfinals in 2002 and 2006, believes his former side will outscore Colombia in Moscow on Tuesday, particularly if they play Marcus Rashford instead of Raheem Sterling alongside five-goal Harry Kane up front.

That fact was not lost on Lingard, who says that his Three Lions' teammates will be aware of his ability.

Whether football actually is "coming home" or not, there is one clear victor of England's World Cup campaign - the waistcoat.

England meanwhile have the much easier looking fixtures, with Colombia up next, before a potential quarter final against Sweden or Switzerland. "It's a great chance for us as players to really go far in this competition and we believe in ourselves that we can do that".

"Everyone gets on. There's no squabbling in the camp, there's no cliques in the camp". The formation suits us perfectly and it's a youthful squad but we've still got those experienced players in there and the team spirit is incredible at the moment.




"I think everyone's happy, everyone has their own banter with each other", he continued. "The Golden Boot would be great but I'm still there - and if we're in the tournament longer it gives me a greater opportunity", he added.

Mina said: "Of course, we hope that James is able to play because he is such an important player for us, but I think we have shown the last two games that we have creativity and goals in the team even when he is not playing".

Helping England to overcome Colombia to reach their ninth Quarter-Finals could potentially take his tally up and over the single amount registered by an Englishman at the tournament, and will further his pursuit for the most illustrious player prize. In training everyone is sharp.

Speaking to the media ahead of Tuesday's meeting, Lingard insisted that the squad don't see either path as hard as the other and are taking each fixture one step at a time: "For us, it is game by game, and see where it takes us. We'll have to wait and see".

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