Pochettino’s congratulatory Kane text

According to ESPN Harry Kane has said Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino texted to congratulate him on the two goals that beat Tunisia on Monday.

Harry struck early and again in the first minute of stoppage time as England began their World Cup campaign with a 2-1 victory in Volgograd.

“Poch sent me a text message with lots of love hearts emojis and he wrote: ‘Come on, England!'”:Kane said after the match. “He is rooting for us. He has a lot of lads in the squad. I get on very well with him. He is my boss, the manager, but he is a friend as well.

Kane added: “You can see he wants me and the team to do well. It is nice to have that kind of relationship with him.”

The article goes on to say Kane said he was delighted to have scored after he and the national team suffered a frustrating Euro 2016, going out to Iceland in the round of 16.

“I wanted to make a mark at the World Cup,”:he said. “I am so excited to be here, but it is about proving a point.The 2016 Euro was disappointing for me personally and us as a team as well. It is down to myself to put it right, and there is no better way to start with a win and a couple of goals.

He added: “It was a big day, big night, my first game in the World Cup and two goals, but it can get much better.”

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