Antonio Conte worries about Harry Kane before World Cup

Antonio Conte worries

Before the World Cup, Antonio Conte acknowledged that Harry Kane is dealing with exhaustion.

The management hasn’t given Kane a rest this season, since he has started all 21 games he has playedin.

Many were startled by Conte’s decision to play the England captain in the Carabao Cup loss at Nottingham Forest on Wednesday, and the Italian coach confirmed after the game that the 29-year-old is dealing with exhaustion and is exhausted.

Because Harry has played in every game, “there was a problem of exhaustion,” as Conte put it.

We had a light training session the day before, and he had to stop for a moment to regain his strength.

One may reasonably presume that, with the World Cup starting in a little over a week, Kane would have preferred to sit out the game against Nottingham Forest.

But Conte insists that the striker never asked for anything like that, for which Conte has nothing but appreciation.

In addition, “other players maybe they might tell me, ‘I’m fatigued and don’t want to play and help the squad,'” he said.

Another may be self-centered and focus just on himself due to the World Cup matches coming up in a week, but Harry Kane proved himself to be a truly admirable human being instead.

To reiterate, “what is happening at this period is typical.”

In Qatar, Kane will play a pivotal role for England and, with two goals, will overtake Wayne Rooney as the team’s all-time leading scorer.