England drew with Germany in the last match of the League of Nations. One of the culprits for the goal was Harry Maguire. Criticisms from social media followed and it seems that the defender of Manchester United is under the greatest pressure.
Harry Kane commented on the match and Maguire's mistake. ‘Any individual mistake, you’re going to be gutted. But we are a team, we will get behind each other,’ Kane said as quoted by mirror.co.uk ‘They will learn from it and they’ll move on.
They have been great for us every time they put the shirt on. ‘He [Maguire] had a pretty decent injury there at the end, where he played another five, 10 minutes, on almost one leg. ‘Great character from him, I’m really proud of him for that.’
Harry Kane on England performance
Kane is much more satisfied with today's performance than a few days ago.
“It was a lot better. I thought we played really well today, we were unfortunate to go 2-0 behind, it was a mistake and then a great goal from the edge of the box,” he said.
"We did really well to stay in the game, to get back into it, get into the lead and then unfortunately another error.
The mentality and fight of the team was shown out there today. We didn't get the win but we can be proud of what we did and it puts us in a good place ahead of the World Cup." He is happy about the goal and the way he handled the pressure.
"It was nice to score obviously. There always seems to be a few pressure penalties here at Wembley but it was nice to see that one go in and just a shame we couldn't get the win but we keep going.
"I am proud of the boys and now we have a busy six weeks or so before we get ready for the World Cup."