Harry Kane: Loss to Czech Republic a ‘get up name’

England captain Harry Kane says the 3 Lions’ loss to the Czech Republic all the way through Euro 2020 qualifying is a ‘get up name’.

A win in Prague would have secured their position within the finals of subsequent yr’s event, however the house facet got here from at the back of to safe a 2-1 win, handing England their first qualifying loss for ten years.

Kane put Gareth Southgate’s facet in entrance from the penalty spot which he described because the ‘easiest get started’, ahead of the Czech Republic answered simply 4 mins later.

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“I believe it was once right down to us. It was once a really perfect begin to an away recreation. We have been sloppy with the ball, we did not transfer it as briefly as we usually do.” Kane instructed ITV.

“The second one part was once higher, we had a few possibilities to place the sport to mattress and we did not and sadly we gave one away on the finish.”

England’s defence will come underneath scrutiny once more after any other deficient show following their 5-Three win over Kosovo. 30-year-old debutant Zdenek Ondrasek secured all 3 issues for the hosts when left totally unmarked to brush house from six yards out.

Kane was once aware that the loss manner England should win their recreation towards Bulgaria on Monday to safe qualification.

“Each away recreation in Europe is hard. They’d the group at the back of them, on occasion the pitch isn’t as simple to play, however that is no excuse. It is a bit of a get up name however we are in a just right place.

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“There is nonetheless stuff to paintings on evidently. We gave the ball away too cost effectively and we will have to leave and take a look at it. There is not any wish to panic and we will pass once more on Monday.”

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