“We feel good, we’ve got good runners, good players getting forward, and it’s solid at the back, three clean sheets in a row is really important. A really good day for us.”
Kane raced in on goal and blasted a shot past Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to give England a 2-0 lead before half-time. It was the Tottenham striker’s first goal of the tournament.
On his strike, he added: “I had so much time, the ball just sat up nicely, the connection was perfect.
“I had a chance before that which I should have done better with, so it was nice to see that one go in. I’m a striker, so whenever I score I’m always happy.”