England captain Harry Kane speaks of his desire to do the nation proud at the World Cup finals.
England captain Harry Kane has declared that the Three Lions are determined to make the country proud in their remaining games at the World Cup.
Speaking in the wake of the team's 2-0 victory over Sweden in the semi-finals, the Tottenham Hotspur striker said that he is feeling "confident" ahead of the next round.
"We know there's still a big game ahead: the semi-final. But we're feeling good, we're feeling confident," he told reporters during England's post-match press conference.
"We just have to go again. I know the fans here, and the fans back home – we'll see some videos later – are enjoying it. We just want to make the country proud."
Kane remains the World Cup's top goalscorer with six strikes in five matches so far.
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