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Nations League victory would eclipse World Cup semi-final, says England's Harry Kane

BBC News Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Nations League victory would eclipse World Cup semi-final, says England's Harry KaneEngland winning the Nations League in 2019 would eclipse the achievement of reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals, says Harry Kane.
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News video: Harry Kane welcomes Callum Hadson-Odoi's flair to England Squad

Harry Kane welcomes Callum Hadson-Odoi's flair to England Squad 00:45

England captain Harry Kane is looking forward to seeing the added "flair and flexibility" brought to the squad by newcomer Callum Hudson-Odoi. The 18-year-old Chelsea winger was promoted from the under-21 squad on Monday as a replacement for the injured Luke Shaw. Kane, having trained with...

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