The Tottenham striker who has been under the spot light recently, Harry Kane, is rumored to be a great prospect for the National football team in the upcoming international matches, in accordance with former England captain, Alan Shearer. The 21 year old star has shown a great potential and talent for the national team and he will join the national team for matches against Lithuania as well as Italy at the end of March, which followed his first call-up to the senior squad. This is surely a great massive step in his career.
Harry Kane celebrated his call-up with a stunning hat trick in a 4-3 win for Tottenham Hotspurs against Leicester last Saturday. Shearer said that He thought Roy Hodgson should have started including Kane in the National team. The former England striker also said that Hodgson had been eyeing Harry Kane enough times, he knew what he was about and in the form that Kane was in, he would definitely score lots of goals and be a great companion for Wayne Rooney. Shearer also added that Kane didn’t commence playing regular Premier League matches until November yet he is already at the top of goal scorers in the domestic league with 19 goals so far, clearly indicating that Kane will be a great addition to the Three Lions squad.
Harry Kane is believed to score all sorts of goals; a tap in, a penalty, and a free kick. Shearer mentioned that he was a huge fan of his. As regards the Three Lions forthcoming matches, Enland will meet Lithuania at Wembley on March 27 in their latest group E in Euro qualification 2016 before playing against Italy in Turin in a friendly match on March 31. Harry Kane has scored twenty nine times in 43 matches in the season and the Tottenham striker is also the top scorer with his 19 goals, which can be higher in the forthcoming games. With all the talents that the striker has shown in the last games in which he was involved, there is no doubt that Harry Kane would be a new rising star in the England national team. When asked about his chance in the national team, Harry Kane said that he wanted to be playing in any squad in which he was involved. Harry Kane said that the team would meet up on Monday and then his aim would be to train hard to try to get his way into the squad.