Harry Kane 🏴
✔️Ostensibly, the #ThreeLions were bitten by the swarm of mosquitoes in Volgograd Stadium in the opening @fifaworldcup clash between @england and @federationtunisiennedefootball that, for all one knows, led to mere ineffectiveness in converting dangerous opportunities during the open play, despite attempting 8 shots on target and dominating 61% of possession. Nevertheless, @harrykane displayed a true forward’s brilliance inside the penalty box by scoring a brace after a couple of set-pieces, including a stoppage time winner, to avoid a possible disaster and ultimately gain a tough 2-1 victory in the end.
✔️What is more, the youngest England’s captain in #WorldCup history has been heretofore demonstrating his best streak for the team by scoring in his past 4 games. In addition, #HarryKane became the 1st #England player to score twice in the tournament since @garylineker against Cameroon in 1990 as well as the 2nd player to notch 15 goals in 25 appearances for the national team after the very same #Lineker that had 20 in his opening 25 matches.
✔️To sum up, #Kane stepped up in a right moment by showing his leadership traits to lead the youngest English squad since 1962 (i.e. in terms of combined appearances) along with demonstrating predatory finishing abilities and fantastic anticipation to properly position himself inside the penalty area, with an eye to convert any ball’s deliveries from his teammates. By holding his nerve in a difficult situation, Harry saved the team that managed to win their opening #FIFAWorldCup match since 2006 and, most importantly, kept themselves level on points with @belgianreddevils in Group G standings after all.
👨⚖️💬IN GOOD HANDS OF THE SPIRITED SKIPPER❗️🔨
The Judge 🎩