Harry Kane Talks About How The Euro 2020 Loss Haunts Him

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Harry Kane has coped well with his failure to move to Manchester City but has admitted that he will never get over England’s loss to Italy at the Euro 2020 finals.

Harry Kane has had a difficult summer where he expected that he would leave Tottenham while leading England to their first silverware in 55 years, only to fall short in a penalty shootout defeat.

Harry Kane is having a poor season where he has just scored once in 10 Premier League games. Tottenham has replaced their head coach Nuno with Antonio Conte, after experiencing a poor start to the season.

England will be playing against Albania and San Marino, for their World Cup Qualifiers. 

The Euros Loss Has Scarred Harry Kane For A Lifetime

Kane has stated that it was tough for him to digest that loss. He added that losing the European final for his country at Wembley will stay with him for the rest of his football career.

He will never get over such a thing and hopes to win some major tournaments in the future. Such defeats are quite painful but he is used to it now. 

Harry Kane talked about his transfer saga and stated that there was a lot of speculation, which happened to him for the first time in his career. It has helped him learn several things and he has dealt with such situations pretty well.

All he is thinking about right now is focusing on the 2 games in front, of England which he wants to finish off strong.

Harry Kane’s motivation to continue at Spurs has been questioned after believing he had a gentleman’s agreement with chairman Daniel Levy that would allow him to depart only for City to refuse to meet the club’s £150 million valuations.