Harry Kane fired in a late winner to ensure a 1-0 win for England over Slovenia to confirm their place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
England put in a very underwhelming performance at Wembley on Thursday. Things looked to be headed towards a stalemate. But, Harry Kane had other plans in store as he notched up a late winner to catapult his side to a victory over Slovenia.
The win confirmed England’s entry into the 2018 FIFA World Cup and fans could not stop singing Kane’s praise on Twitter.
Harry Kane is easily one of the top strikers in the world 💯 👌🏻 🔥
— Sean Lemon (@badman_sean) October 5, 2017
That Harry Kane country 🦁🦁🦁
— Simply (@Simply_Spurs) October 5, 2017
#thfc English media: Harry Kane is too good for England. Should play for Spain/Germany if he wants to win trophies.
— Sourjya Chowdhury (@sourjyac14) October 5, 2017
Media now saying just a matter of time before Harry Kane leaves the England team to join Brazil.
— Ledleys Left Knee (@Leddersleftknee) October 5, 2017
question to consider here, at what point does Kane outgrow England and need to move to fulfill his ambitions?
— Will 🚾 (@ohlookitswill_) October 5, 2017
Harry Kane sends England to the FIFA World Cup! ✈️✈️✈️ pic.twitter.com/esyKmeDISk
— SportsJOE (@SportsJOE_UK) October 5, 2017
Marcus Rashford was the only bright spark on the day and while Harry Kane notched the late winner, it was the Manchester United man who was on the receiving end of appreciation.
Rashford’s game by numbers vs. Slovenia:
4 chances created
— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) October 5, 2017
Marcus Rashford is so good. he deserves a better midfield than this.
— Muhammad Butt (@muhammadbutt) October 5, 2017
Rashford and Kane aside, England’s best attacking threat plays for the Ivory Coast.
— Jack (@JackCPFC_) October 5, 2017
I can’t handle this biased commentary! England don’t deserve Rashford
— Hêlîn (@MUnitedGirl) October 5, 2017
We get Kane rammed down our throats at every opportunity, as being world class. The only class player I see out there is Rashford.
— david walsh (@davidwalsh1956) October 5, 2017
Marcus Rashford was the one bright spark in an otherwise dreary first half. *desperately searching for a positive.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 5, 2017
I’m sorry but this is just mind-numbing. If it wasn’t for Rashford + an inability to reach the remote I’d have flicked this off 40 mins ago
— Anna_MUFC (@mufc_anna) October 5, 2017
— Scottie_G (@scott_gambier) October 5, 2017
Rashford the only thing that’s exciting/enjoyable about England.
— Adam Sweeney (@AdamWSweeney) October 5, 2017
Watching England play it’s so evident that Rashford is streets ahead of everyone in that England side apart from Kane#MUFC
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) October 5, 2017
Rashford only one doing anything for England water is wet
— Alfie🔻 (@AngeIGxmes) October 5, 2017
Supporting Marcus Rashford FC tonight pic.twitter.com/P6U3BOqmAz
— José (@MourinhoMindset) October 5, 2017