Harry Kane tells FATV that England U20s can approach Egypt game with confidence
By Nicholas Veevers in Turkey
Harry Kane is confident England U20s can get the result they need in their final World Cup group game this weekend.
The Spurs striker scored his first goal of the competition on Wednesday to help the Three Lions to a 1-1 draw with Chile.
And that results sets up an interesting final round of fixtures on Saturday with England facing Egypt at the same time as table-toppers Iraq and Chile meet.
Speaking to FATV after the game in Antalya, Kane said: “We feel unlucky as we created a lot of chances and we felt we should have won the game in the end.
“But we’ll take it and we now go into Saturday, where we know if we win we’ll have qualified.
“It was good to get on the scoresheet, but we’re just pleased to have got the draw in the end.
“We’ve played some great football and I think we’ve been unfortunate not to get a few more goals in both games.”
Peter Taylor’s squad now move north to the city of Bursa where they will face Egypt, who are yet to pick up a point following Wednesday’s defeat against Iraq.
And the 19-year-old believes new surroundings and a new environment will be good for the squad after spending the last two weeks in the Antalya region.
He added: “We go out to a new hotel and new surroundings and we know what we’re up against.
“We’ve got to keep playing now, recover for the next game and hope we get a few goals in that match.
“We’ve seen a bit of Egypt and we know that if we play well enough, we can get the win as well so hopefully we can do that.”
Watch the full interview with Harry on FATV below.