As you know, England striker Harry Kane reacted to the fact that he did not score a decisive penalty in the quarter-final match of the World Cup with France.

What happened?

In the first half of the match, Aurelien Tchouameni gave France the lead with a superb strike, after which national team captain Kane equalized for England with a second-half penalty.

After that, Olivier Giroud restored the leadership of his team in the 54th minute. After Mason Mount was bundled over in the box, Kane had another opportunity to score from the penalty spot, but his second attempt failed.

What did Kane say in the interview?

 “I’m always someone who prepares for if I get one penalty in a game, two penalties. I always have an idea of what I want to do. I can’t fault my preparation or anything like that, or the details. It was just the execution on the night. The first one was great, and the second one I just didn’t quite hit it how I wanted to.

“That’s something I’m going to have to take on the chin. It will hurt for sure. The whole game will hurt because we had full belief in what we’re trying to achieve. As the captain, I’ll take that, but I couldn’t be prouder of the boys.”

Kane said

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As you know, after Kane converted a penalty in the match against France, the player caught up with Wayne Rooney in the number of goals scored for England. The number of goals is (53).

What’s next?

As a result, England leave the tournament, and France go to the semi-final round, where they will play against Morocco. The match will take place on December 14 at 19:00 GMT.

By Maxim

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