Spurs Striker Harry Kane Confident He Will Score Goals Again
Sep 07 2016 by Francis Osborne
After another indifferent performance for England at the weekend, captain Wayne Rooney's place in the team has been place under scrutiny once again.
The Manchester United ace, who has been given a licence to "play anywhere he wants" by new England boss Sam Allardyce, has announced that he will not hang up his England boots after the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.
Played in a midfield role by Sam Allardyce in the late 1-0 win over Slovakia on Sunday, Rooney had little involvement in either end of the pitch and looked somewhat aimless at times. "He was brilliant and controlled midfield".
On Skrtel's challenge Kane said: "I felt the stamp".
Even though that was up on previous year, Kane still wasn't satisfied, telling Copa90: 'I think shooting's got to be in the 90s. "I am happy where I'm playing and I think I'm doing a good job".
Not ready to ratify Paris accord before 2016: India to G20
President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping deposited each country's official instrument to join the agreement with U.N. The Independent cited Obama saying that their decision was "the moment we finally chose to save our planet".
"I don't think he's a striker anymore", the 66-year-old told BBC Sport. It's not because he could break my record.
Maybe proud man Shilts just wants to keep his England appearance record a bit longer as Rooney, on 116 caps, is closing in on the former keeper's 125 cap haul! Oh, I don't know ...' But we have to be courageous.
Rooney, who played his 116th global to become England's most capped outfield player ahead of David Beckham, played in the midfield position where previous manager Roy Hodgson deployed him at Euro 2016.
Meanwhile, midfielder Eric Dier says England will take some time to recover from their Euro 2016 humiliation despite getting back to winning ways in Trnava.