Harry Kane: ‘England must improve despite beating Bulgaria’

Harry Kane: ‘England must improve despite beating Bulgaria’

Harry Kane has acknowledged that England did not perform to their best against Bulgaria, despite registering a 4-0 victory at Wembley Stadium.
Kane netted two penalties on the way to a hat-trick on Saturday evening, while Raheem Sterling converted a cross from the forward in the second half of the Euro 2020 qualifier.

However, after conceding several chances to the visitors in North London, Kane wants the Three Lions to produce a more dominant performance against Kosovo on Tuesday night.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker told ITV: “First half we got caught on the counter a couple if times, we said at half time we needed to try and come out and get an early goal and that’s what we’ve done. It’s a good result we hope to take into Tuesday.

“We’ll have to press better. It will be difficult, we’re feeling good, hopefully we can get ahead like today and get another result.”

England hold a one-point advantage at the top of Group A, while also possessing at least a game in hand on their rivals.