Kane digested his missed penalty against France, never forgetting it

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Kane digested his missed penalty against France, never forgetting it

England captain Harry Kane assured, in an interview with theEvening Standard, that his missed penalty in the World Cup against France in the quarter-finals (1-2) will remain with him for the rest of his life, but without affecting him. The Tottenham center-forward had first scored his 53rd goal in an England jersey (Wayne Rooney’s record equaled), by equalizing from the penalty spot against his team-mate Hugo Lloris and becoming, at that moment, the player to have scored the most penalty goals in the history of the World Cup (4).

But six minutes from the end, on the same exercise, he sent the ball over the bar: “I’ll probably remember it for the rest of my life, but it’s part of the game. It’s not going to affect me as a player or as a person. I will continue to work hard to improve myself. After it happened, I just wanted to play it back as soon as possible and get it out of my head. I have to deal with… It was a tough time for me, but it’s part of the ups and downs of our sport. »

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