England captain Harry Kane gives personal verdict after being substituted in Scotland draw

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    Asked by ITV what he thought of Southgate’s decision he said: “It’s part of the game, the manager felt that was the right decision so you just have to take it. It is what it is.”

    Kane admitted England were lacklustre but still tried to take the positives from the stalemate.

    “Fair result, fair play to Scotland they defended well,” he added. “It wasn’t our best performance, but it’s another point closer to qualification and that’s our ultimate goal. We just have to recover and look forward to next game in a few days.

    “It was a tough game. Scotland defended really well, made good blocks at the right times when we know no game is going to be easy. It’s a European Championship and Scotland are playing for their lives.

    “We’ve got another big game in a few days against the Czechs, we want to finish sharp – it’s a point, not what we wanted but it’s one step closer to qualifying. One step at a time and we go again.”



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