By now it probably goes without saying that Harry Kane is the future of the Three Lions forward position. Then again, if Wayne Rooney and Raheem Sterling can’t cut it once they get healthy, he might even be the present too. Kane showed just how far he’s come as a striker with one of the best pieces of footwork we’ve seen in a match this weekend.
Jordan Henderson had a corner kick partially cleared by Kane, who picked up the ball – back to goal – and feinted as if to lay off but. However, perhaps in tribute to the Dutch legend who died this past week, Kane used the famous Cruyff Turns to get back into the box, shifts the ball to his right foot and fired into the bottom corner and out of the reach of Neuer for an England goal.
— Lechevestrier Julien (@Jlechevestrier) March 26, 2016
The goal for Kane was his first fourth in nine caps for England since joining the senior team in 2015.
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