Football News: The English captain thinks the match official bottled it over his controversial decision to disallow Danny Welbeck's goal deep in the extra time of England’s defeat against Spain by 2-1 goals.
Kane believes the ref takes the match away from them.
Last night Danny Welbeck came to the pitch in place of Marcus Rashford, he managed to put the ball into the net after De Gea Fumble into his patch, and it looked like he salvaged a point for the three lions and the ref had awarded that goal but after a discussion with his assistance he change his decision and awarded a free kick to Spain.
In the reply it looked that there was a little bit of contact between De Gea and Welbeck when the question asked to the English striker the goal should have stood, he replied: "Yeah 100 per cent. They are big moments and you need the ref to stay strong but unfortunately, he's bottled it.
"Danny Welbeck's just stood there, the 'keeper's gone to catch it and fell on top of him and Danny's put it away and somehow the ref's given it as a foul.
"In the big moments sometimes you need a firm ref to stay calm under pressure so it's disappointing to finish that way.
"Danny just stood there, De Gea's gone up to catch the ball and as he's come down he's fallen on Danny, he's not fouled him or anything the ball's just dropped.