Glenn Hoddle expresses injury worries over England star Harry Kane

Glenn Hoddle expresses injury worries over England star Harry Kane


England star Harry Kane looks tired according to Glenn Hoddle, who thinks the forward is over worked and looks shattered.

He noted that Croatia are also tired, and it’s certainly going to be a factor as they face off in the World Cup semi-final, but that if England have overworked Kane, it could have a huge impact on them in the game and also the final, should they make it of course.

He said on talkSPORT: “Yes, Croatia looked dreadfully tired in their last game, but it’s late in the tournament for us as well.

“I’m a little bit worried about Harry Kane.

“I watched Kane in the second half and extra-time against Colombia and in the second-half against Sweden, and I hope he’s not carrying a knock.

“He looked absolutely shattered. There wasn’t a run in him.

“I’m just hoping he’s recuperated really well for this one.”

VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA – JUNE 18: Raheem Sterling of England speaks with Gareth Southgate, Manager of England following being substituted during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group G match between Tunisia and England at Volgograd Arena on June 18, 2018 in Volgograd, Russia. (Photo by Alex Morton/Getty Images)

Golden Boot

Kane  isn’t just looking to lead England to glory, he also wants to win the Golden Boot and is getting ever closer to that with the Three Lions.

After Belgium crashed out, it seems only Antoine Griezmann can stop him now and it’s certainly looking good for the England international – who of course missed out on the Premier League top scorer award after Mo Salah had the season of his life and showed just what he could do.,

This World Cup, Kane has made it clear he’s a star to be reckoned with and could even earn a move to Real Madrid on the back of that.

See also: West Ham announce the signing of Andriy Yarmolenko

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July 11, 2018 at 09:46AM


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