Harry Kane says England will be 'aggressive and brave' at World Cup

Harry Kane says England will be 'aggressive and brave' at World Cup

Harry Kane says England will be 'aggressive and brave' at World Cup

Roberto Martinez's side head to Russian Federation to face England, Tunisia and Panama in Group G.

"The aim is to be aggressive and fearless in possession", Kane told British media.

"I would say it is different", Young said.

Sam Allardyce has insisted it should be him and not Gareth Southgate leading England at the World Cup.

Williams said opening the event to 80,000 fans and many millions all over the world was a boyhood dream, and added: 'We'd like to invite football and music fans to party with us in Russian Federation, in the stadium, or to tune in their TVs a little earlier for an unforgettable show'.

Chelsea star Hazard claimed earlier this week that the Red Devils" so-called "Golden Generation' will mean little if the team can not win a major trophy, and his brother, who now plays for Borussia Monchengladbach, agrees that the players have the ability to lift the trophy. But for us it's to play attacking football, to score, and that's important.

Despite England taking the lead from the penalty spot through Wayne Rooney, Iceland still went on to win 2-1 to progress into the quarter-finals at the expense of a star-studded English side.

"Sometimes, going into a big tournament is about not losing and being passive but, for us, it's about winning the first game, winning the second game".

'Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game'.

"Personally, that (scoring) record is something I want to change, and hopefully will this summer", Kane added.

"But our focus as a team has to be on the bits we can control".

For instance, at a recently media day, all 23 players in the World Cup squad were available for journalists to speak to freely. "It's the one competition everybody dreams of winning", he said.

"I don't think the players would want that because they have worked all their lives to play at a World Cup".

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