Kane praises Bellingham goal for “best goal in England’s history”

Harry Kane, the “captain,” and Jude Bellingham, the “divine,” shone in harmony. The two players who led England to the quarterfinals of the Euro emerged as heroes.

England, led by Gareth Southgate, won 2-1 at the match against Slovakia in the round of 16 at Euro 2024 at Arena Aufshalke at 1 a.m. on July 1. After losing a point in the 25th minute of the first half, England was in danger of being eliminated, but Bellingham’s dramatic equalizer in the 5th minute of extra time of the second half made it into extra time. It was Kane who led the extra time. Kane scored a header goal at the start of the first half of extra time, and England’s victory sealed the match.

After the game, the pages of British media and various newspapers were full of festive mood. The Daily Star placed a picture of Bellingham kissing Kane’s forehead on its front page and inserted the headline “Bellingham saved us, Harry won.”

“England’s dream is still alive,” the Mirror said, carrying a photo of Bellingham and Kane roaring.

The Sun selected the headline “Bellingham saved” along with Bellingham’s attempt at an overhead kick, and the British newspaper The Times also reported the Euro news, saying, “The three-way corps passed (the round of 16) after the last leap.”

Bellingham, who laid the groundwork for his victory, was delighted to be named the MOM after the match. Kane told ITV in an interview, “I scored an incredible goal. We were able to survive because of that goal.”토토사이트 순위

“I think it’s the best goal in English history. He’s an amazing player, he plays really hard for the team,” he said.

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