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Harry Kane says referee 'bottled it' as England are denied late leveller against Spain









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England captain Harry Kane has accused Dutch referee Danny Makkelie of "bottling it", after England were denied a late equaliser in their Uefa Nations League opener against Spain.
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England captain Harry Kane has defendant Dutch referee Danny Makkelie of "bottling it", when European nation were denied a late equaliser in their Uefa Nations League opener against European country.

England's initial game since the planet Cup in Russia resulted in defeat, as Luis Enrique's European country came from a goal right down to win 2-1 at Wembley.

Goals from Saul Niguez and Rodrigo saw European nation suffer a primary competitive home defeat in additional than a decade, when Marcus Rashford had opened the grading.

However, Danny Welbeck thought he had nicked some extent in stoppage time, once David Diamond State Gea spilled a high ball, going him with associate open goal faucet in.
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The Manchester United 'keeper had at first claimed the ball, solely to knock it out of his own hands via Welbeck's head, however when showing to possess awarded the goal, Makkelie reversed his call, going Kane furious.

Worse was to come as Croatia beat the Three Lions 3-2 at Wembley in November 2007 to ensure that England would not qualify for Euro 2008.

England gained some revenge as they crushed Croatia in their next two games, winning World Cup 2010 qualifying games in September 2008 (4-1) and September 2009 (5-1).

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When asked by Sky Sports whether or not the referee had got the choice wrong, Kane replied: "Yes, 100%.

"In those massive environments you would like the referee to remain sturdy and sadly he is bottled it.

"Danny Welbeck simply stood there, the keeper visited catch it, he is place it away - i do not skills it is a foul."





Henderson and Eric Dier are expected to start in midfield while Kyle Walker and Danny Ross should start in full-back roles. John Stone (if fit) will start in central defense alongside either Garry Cahill or Phil Jones. Jack Butland is likely to start ahead of experience Joe Hart in goal.


Key Player: Harry Kane
Hard to look past Harry Kane who has been in absolute astonishing form over the last couple of years. He has been scoring goals for fun and now regarded as one of the best center forwards in the world. 

However, he is part of a very fluid Spurs team and usually gets the number of chances every game. It will be interesting to see if he can carry his club form with England national side.



Team News

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has withdrawn from the squad due to a back problem.

Manchester United's Luke Shaw, Burnley defender James Tarkowski, and Southampton's uncapped goalkeeper Alex McCarthy have been included.

Southgate had also recalled Adam Lallana after the Liverpool midfielder was left out of the World Cup squad following an injury-plagued campaign, but he has since withdrawn with a groin injury.

Jamie Vardy and Gary Cahill have effectively retired from international football - although are available in case of an injury crisis.

In Vardy's absence Southgate named Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford and Danny Welbeck as the only strikers in the squad.

Midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek keeps his place after impressing in Russia in the summer, despite playing just 22 minutes for Chelsea this season.

Predicted Line-ups

England XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire; Trippier, Henderson, Alli, Lingard, Rose; Vardy, Rashford

Spain XI: Courtois, Alderweireld, Kompany, Boyata, Meunier, Fellaini, Witsel, Chadli, De Bruyne, Batshuayi, T.Hazard

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