ROME: Harry Kane believes England’s better experience at the big tournament helped the team achieve success after scoring twice in a match that saw them thrash Ukraine 4-0 to advance to the Euro 2020 semi-finals.
Gareth Southgate’s men also have a history of advancing to the top four of the 2018 World Cup, but lost at the hands of Croatia, 2-1.
However, Kane explained that the English team’s success in the European top club tournament over the past three years also played a role in ending the 55 -year wait to win the big tournament ahead of the semi -final clash with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday.
“We’ve played for our club in big games. The Champions League final, the Premier League title race. The task is still unfinished, but we’re on the right track,” Kane said.
“We put a vision before the World Cup where we want to be a team.
“The World Cup was a great thing, but we failed, we grabbed another semi-final in the League of Nations and we have to keep moving and that’s the thing to do on Wednesday.”
Kane had previously been criticized for his performance in the group stage after only being able to make one accurate attempt.
However, the Tottenham Hotspur striker now has three goals in his last two games after scoring twice in Rome.