Kane: England feel good and confident

Kane: England feel good and confident

Kane: England feel good and confident

England captain Harry Kane has revealed why the Three Lions can go all the way in Russian Federation after seeing off Sweden in the quarterfinals on Saturday to reach the last four.

As World Cup fever mounts back home during a long summer heatwave, the country is hopeful of reaching a first final in more than half a century.

"Without a doubt", Maguire said, "Gareth straightaway set his..."

He said: "When I walk in the street, wait on the platform for a train going to work or go shopping I have young lads asking for photos or telling me how much I look like Harry Kane".

The lookalike will be cheering on England in his Three Lions shirt when England play Croatia in the semi-finals on Wednesday and plans to catch the match at a pub in Shepard's bush, West London. It's hard saying it because Dejan Lovren had a pretty good season but I do think it's an area where we have struggled for a while Harry would be an upgrade. "As a group we're really together and the spirit is really good. And I don't see why it would be a surprise that Croatia went this far because we have great players". We had the sense before the game that we don't want to go home yet.

On July 5 the staff at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Birmingham, England granted Ben's wish by surprising him with a soccer-themed ceremony in honor of his bravery.

"Dejan Lovren knows him and plays very well paired with Domagoj Vida so I am not concerned about stopping English players - we stopped Messi and Eriksen, and we'll try to do the same with Kane".

World Cup fever is sweeping the nation - and Danny McLaughlin has found himself at the centre of attention thanks to his unbelievable resemblance to star player Harry Kane. "As a camp we're really happy and we're taking that performance off the pitch, onto the field".

"We're looking forward to finishing strong and whatever happens we can say we're proud of each other", said Kane.

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