Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

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England captain Harry Kane is adamant the Three Lions can rewrite the history books by going all the way and winning the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Kane is the tournament's leading scorer with six goals and the 24-year-old will carry England's biggest threat in the searing Samara heat, as they attempt to reach a first World Cup semi-final since Italia 90.

"It's unbelievable to meet any heroes from '66 and it gives you so much inspiration", Kane said in the post match press conference after his sides 2-0 semi-final win over Sweden.

Gareth Southgate's side have so far defied pre-tournament expectations to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, with a date with Croatia at the Luzhniki in Moscow awaiting on Wednesday. "We are one step closer to what is the biggest game in football as a professional".

The Tottenham Hotspur star replied to a tweet by paediatric radiographer Liam Herbert, who shared a video of Ben Williams receiving a replica World Cup trophy. In any case we feel good, safe and confident.

"I get the feeling from the boys and myself that - again - we don't want to go home".

"We're going to try our hardest", he assured.

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Kane remains focused on England's semifinal rival, who will be the victor of the game between Russian Federation and Croatia.

Following a series of loan moves, he quickly debunked any beliefs he was a one-season wonder, and scored just 79 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania in March 2015.

"It is wonderful to be part of this World Cup so far and I get the feeling from the boys that we don't want to go home".

"So to be here, to be part of it, I'm so proud".

And the Leicester defender joined in the fun on Sunday, tweeting a caption alongside the picture: "Can you ask the neighbours to put the bins out on Monday?"

"We're looking forward to finishing strong and whatever happens we can say we're proud of each other", said Kane.

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