Euro 2024: England captain Harry Kane responds to Gary Lineker’s criticism of dismal Denmark draw | UK News | Sky News

The striker said ex-players who have “worn the shirt” should remember it’s “tough” to play for the national side as he was asked about Gary Lineker’s view that the Three Lions were “s***” in Thursday’s 1-1 draw.

England captain Harry Kane has said he is feeling as “fit as I have all season” and is “getting fitter with each game” as he responded to criticism of the national team’s performances at Euro 2024.
Kane’s comments come after Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate suggested his players are not fit enough following flat performances against Serbia and Denmark.
England are in a strong position to reach the knockout stages, but Southgate has said this week his players have “limitations” and are struggling to play a pressing game and disrupt the opposing team because of their physical condition.
Although among the favourites to go all the way in Germany this summer, they have opened Euro 2024 with a 1-0 win over Serbia and an underwhelming 1-1 draw with Denmark on Thursday.

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