Harry Kane tipped to be a big hit in Spain by Ramos
Spain captain impressed by Kane and admits he’s a difficult opponent ahead of England clash
October 15th, 2018
Harry Kane has been hitting the top of the scoring charts since he broke into the Tottenham first team, with the striker being linked with a mega-money move to a Spanish club at some stage in his career.
Kane is suffering something of an international goal drought for England since the World Cup although admittedly he’s been up against some difficult opponents including Spain at Wembley.
The Three Lions now clash with La Roja in the Nations League on Monday and Sergio Ramos is full of admiration for his fellow international captain, claiming that the player could easily adapt to La Liga.
Asked if any England players could play in Spain, the central defender said: “Well, I am very impressed by all of them. You maybe concentrate on the physical in the Premier League but there is also very important technical players. I’ll start with Harry Kane. He’s a physically fantastic striker but also technically he surprises you.
“He might surprise a lot of people but not me. He’s great technically but there’s also other technical players who are dangerous and I can assure you we’ve been studying them, watching them on videos.
“We know we have got a fantastic national team in front of us in England. Even though we played a great game I thought at Wembley, there’s always things you can improve and tomorrow we have another opportunity to do this, to do a great game against players of fantastic, highest level.
“They were semi-finalists [at the World Cup], with a lot of personality despite being a very young national team. They have got very great virtues. Offensively they’re very dangerous. Harry Kane, we hope he has … well, we are going to try to keep his scoring drought going because that would be a good sign for us.”