England captain and Manchester City goalie Harry Kane has been called upon to follow the example set by Manchester United great Wayne Rooney.
In the middle of the summer transfer saga, Kane His dream of moving to Etihad Stadium was priceless and he was ultimately forced to entrust his immediate future to Tottenham.
It was difficult to score three times Premier League This season’s golden boot winner.
Indeed, the captain of the national team has not yet opened his 2021/2022 account in this competition, although he has cleared six times in domestic and European cups.
Kane, whose England He broke the record with 65 goals in all three of his three games for the Three Lions during the September break.
It was a draw against Hungary on Tuesday night as former Blackburn Rovers forward Chris Sutton advised Kane to channel his inner Rooney.
Of course, a record goalscorer Unified and England, Derby County manager missed a move to La Liga giants Barcelona in 2010 when the manager was at the height of their power.
in the last column for Mail Online“You can’t live with your reputation forever. It’s football. It’s about results. Kane has to reinvent the goal kick if he wants to stay untouchable,” Sutton said.
“That doesn’t mean the killer Kane won’t be back. You may remember Wayne Rooney’s fall out of form in 2010 after Pep Guardiola came very close to leaving Manchester United when he wanted him at Barcelona.
“Kane went through something very similar. Guardiola wanted him at Manchester City and he will have imagined himself coming to an end of the chances created by Kevin de Bruyne and others.
“Rooney said he couldn’t help imagining himself in charge of that team. He picked up where he left off at United, but only scored 11 goals in the Premier League in 2010/2011 – and 16 in all competitions.
“He’s back though. In 2011/2012 he scored 27 goals in the league and 34 goals in total.
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“Kane’s poor season with Tottenham is no secret. The fact that he has a manager at Nuno Espirito Santo whose playing style is not very offensive doesn’t help. We thought he’d be good when he played for England. The forward chasing Rooney’s competitive international goalscoring record.”