The English striker Harry Kane opined that he would not shoulder the responsibility alone in the next year’s world cup in Russia.
Last night in their match against Slovenia England managed to win by 1-0 goal, thanks to the Tottenham striker Harry Kane, who scored the solo goal in that match and gave the three lions all-important three points from that match and now with that win they secured their spot in the Next year’s final in Russia with one game left in hand.
Last night the 24 years captained his national side, and he displayed some wonderful football last night against Slovenia but he avouches that in Russia every player will take some responsibility not only him.
Kane said: "It isn't down to just me, it's down to the whole team,"
"We've all got to work together as a unit. I feel physically great, every game I expect to score so I have to keep it going.
"When you've got someone scoring goals it helps and hopefully I can continue that from now until then, we'll see what happens.
"But I don't want to get too far ahead of myself personally and I don't want the team to get too far ahead of themselves."
In the last two season, Kane has won the last two golden boots and scored 11 goals in his 22 caps.
He added: "I just have to keep doing what I'm doing for club and for country and see what happens next year,"
"We can't put any limit on what we can achieve, we just have to go there and see what happens."