England skipper Harry Kane has targeted a return to Wembley final after defeating Germany 2-0 to reach the 2020 European Championship quarterfinals on Tuesday night.
The Tottenham Hotspur goal poacher believes “there isn’t anything bigger” than England’s win over Germany and went on to say the players have a vision of where they want to go after cruising their way into the quarter-finals of this prestigious tournament.
“Any team will look at us and know that we’re dangerous,” said the English frontman.
This was England’s first victory in a knockout match against Germany at a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.
Kane scored his country’s second goal after the in-form Raheem Sterling had broken the deadlock.
“There isn’t anything bigger than this when the expectation is on and we delivered, so we should be proud – but we can’t stop here. We have a vision of where we want to go and we can’t stop now,” stated the 27-year-old forward.
“Hopefully we’ll be back here in the semi-finals and the final.
Meanwhile, England boss Gareth Southgate added that: “They both have to prove people wrong all the time and Raheem has been immense for us over a period.
“We have that faith in him and trust in him and his performances have been electric right from the start.”
England will take on Ukraine in Rome on Saturday, 3 July for a place in the semi-finals.
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By FARPost Reporter