Harry Kane has finally risen to the ranks of ‘England’s all-time leading scorer’. You can feel the overwhelming emotion in the light yet joy-filled roar바카라.
England (FIFA ranking 5th) held at Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples, Italy on the 24th at 4:45 am (Korean time) in the first leg of Group C of the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying league, Italy (FIFA ranking 8 above) were defeated 2-1.
Two countries armed with different motivations met. Italy wanted to shake off the regret of not being able to step on the stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. England wanted to avenge the disappointment of finishing runners-up to Italy at Euro 2020.
The home team featured Lorenzo Pellegrini, Matteo Retegi, Marco Verratti, Jorginho, Nicolo Varela and Francesco Achervi. England’s away team started with Jack Grealish, Kane, Bukayo Saka, Declan Rice, Luke Shaw and John Stones.
The balance was broken not long after kickoff. 13th minute of the first half 13th minute of the first half Saka’s corner kick was headed sharply into the penalty box. Rice, who caught the second ball, shook the net by pushing it calmly. England took an early lead and led the game.
The next main character was Kane. In the 40th minute of the first half, Di Lorenzo gave away a penalty kick (PK) for a handball foul. Kane, who started as a kicker, scored an additional goal with a shot aimed at the right corner by Kane.
Italy counterattacked in the second half with a chase goal by Letegi, but could not turn the game around. England faced a crisis when Shaw was sent off, but they overcame their numerical inferiority and maintained their lead.
In the end, England won the victory in Italy for the first time in 62 years since 1961. Kane (54 goals in 81 A matches) surpassed Wayne Rooney (53 goals in 120 matches) to become England’s all-time top scorer. Rewriting history both personally and as a team.
The official SNS of the England national team shared Kane exiting the ground after the game. When asked how he felt, he roared, “Whoa whoa!” It may sound light, but it was a cry filled with overwhelming emotions. England invites Ukraine (FIFA ranking 26) to Wembley Stadium, the ‘football sanctuary’, on the morning of the 27th to challenge for a winning streak.