VIDEO: Kane still in the game
Monday, 28 May, 2012
Forward targets Euro progress against Switzerland on Wednesday.
By Nicholas Veevers
England U19 ace Harry Kane says that the performance against Montenegro on Sunday night has already been put to one side as the squad aim for Euro qualification on Wednesday night.
The Young Lions could only draw with the Montenegrins at Spotland and despite being disappointed with the performance, focus is now on getting a victory against Switzerland at Deepdale on Wednesday which will be enough to take England through as long as Montenegro don't outscore them by more than two goals in their game with Slovenia at the same time.
The Tottenham Hotspur schemer was one of England's star performers in the win over Slovenia on Friday and was again in impressive form when he was introduced as a second-half substitute on Sunday.
"It was a tough game," he told FATV.
"We did well to get a point out of it, but at times it looked bleak. We're still in the game and we're still in the tournament though."
The Swiss themselves have a slim chance of progressing, if they can win on Wednesday and Slovenia beat Montenegro in the other fixture, but Kane knows the only thing England can concentrate on is getting the three points themselves.
"If we can beat Switzerland and hopefully results go our way then we're through," he added.
"So that's the main thing, that we're still in it."
Watch the full interview with Harry in the video player at the top of your screen.
England's final game against Switzerland takes place on Wednesday 30 May, kicking off at 7.30pm at Deepdale. Tickets cost £3 for adults and £1 concessions and are available on the night.
The match is also being streamed live and free on FATV from 7.15pm.