WATCH: Rashford says Harry Kane will get even better

2018-06-20 10:25
Harry Kane (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Manchester United star Marcus Rashford lauds England hero Harry Kane and expects the Tottenham hit-man to only get better as the World Cup progresses.

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Rashford though dismissed the idea that England are overly reliant on Kane after he scored a stoppage-time winner against Tunisia.

While numerous chances went begging against Tunisia on Monday, Kane was the one who kept his nerve, the striker scoring twice in a 2-1 victory.

England cannot afford to be so wasteful against better opponents, with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Jesse Lingard, Dele Alli and Rashford all expected to chip in.

Kane, however, remains the man in form and Rashford says there is no concern about depending too much on the Tottenham star.

"That's always an aspect but I don't think that's happening in this group," Rashford said.

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