Harry Kane talks about England’s 0-0 tie with the United States.

Harry Kane talks about England's 0-0 tie

After England’s disappointing 0-0 draw with the United States on Friday in Group B of the World Cup, Harry Kane unexpectedly remained positive.

The Three Lions would have moved on to the next round if they had won, but a hungry USA team beat them.

After the game, Harry Kane talked to ITV and stressed how important it was to keep a clean sheet, even though England was having trouble scoring. He also said that a draw wasn’t a bad result.

He said, “It wasn’t our best show by any means.” “We had some good stretches with the ball and good positions, but we didn’t quite have the final product. We’re in a good spot in the group because of our clean sheet.

“We didn’t do enough to be clinical. It was a big change from the game against Iran, where we made the most of our chances. We had two or three good chances today but didn’t quite take them. We played a hard team, and now we’re moving on.

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“They pressed well, and we knew before the game that they would make it hard for us. I thought we handled it well at times, but they’re a good team, so we have to give them respect. For us, a tie isn’t the end of the world. It puts us in a very good place.

“We know for sure that we can play better. But none of the games in the World Cup are easy. After our first game, people thought we would beat every team we played by a lot, but that’s not the case. They have a well-organized team with good players, which we must consider.