England captain Harry Kane is probably not too focussed on particular person information, however supervisor Gareth Southgate has backed the striker to surpass Wayne Rooney because the nation’s all-time prime scorer.
The 27-year-old Kane has scored 32 objectives for England since making his debut in 2015 and is on target to overhaul Rooney, who retired from worldwide responsibility with 53 objectives.
Kane can add to his tally in his 50th look for England once they go to Belgium within the Nations League in a while Sunday.
“In terms of what’s possible, the goal-scoring record is the interesting one because his strike rate for us is phenomenal and he has time on his side to chase Rooney’s record, which would be a remarkable feat,” Southgate informed reporters on Saturday.
“I know from his perspective, while the personal achievement is something he’s driven towards, it’s the team achievement. He’s so focussed on the team having success and he would want to look back over the next few years at the team achieving.”
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez stated that he was not stunned by the Tottenham Hotspur ahead’s rise.
“I think he’s a complete striker, but it’s a wonderful story of seeing a young player develop – going out on loan, getting different experiences in different clubs and becoming this iconic player for Spurs, for England,” Martinez stated.
“He’s evolved into one of the most clinical number nines in world football, and you’ve got a very modern target man in Kane – someone who can assist and play and has great finishing stats.
“He’s got the potential to achieve and I’d say the record of Rooney is quite clear, and it’s an impressive stat, but Kane is in a position to achieve that.”