England took on Spain last night in the UEFA Nations League and needed a win to give themselves any chance of topping the group ahead of their opponents and Croatia.
Tottenham main man Harry Kane led the team to a 3-2 victory, England’s first away to Spain for 15 years.
Kane had a major part to play in all three goals, but his own personal drought extended to seven games without a goal for his country.
All the talk before the match was about Tottenham’s Kane versus Madrid’s Ramos, and it was clear who won that particular duel.
Eric Dier also took it upon himself to go one on one with the villain of football Sergio Ramos, as the Spurs holding mid crunched him early on in the match.
Despite Kane’s lack of an appearance on the score sheet, Spanish paper Marca were still keen to ask him whether he would swap North London for Real Madrid.
Kane replied with three words, “Sorry, not today.” (As reported by The Mirror)
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