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Harry Kane has urged England fans to chill out – after insisting Gareth Southgate's Three Lions aren't panicking.
Despite being booed off at Wembley after a dreadful display in the 0-0 draw with Scotland Kane believes the nation needs to stay calm – because they're still on track for a crack at the trophy.
“My message is just be patient, be calm. Obviously, we’re not going to play perfect in every game” says Kane.
“The main thing is that as a group we're in a good mind space and a good place.
“No-one’s panicking here. No one is thinking we’ve got to change the way we do stuff.
Harry Kane and his England side were hugely disappointing in the 0-0 draw with Scotland
(Image: Pool via REUTERS)
“It’s a matter of just improving and working on a few bits we know we can get better at and hopefully taking that into what will be the business end now.”
Victory over the Czech's at Wembley on Tuesday will see England top Group D and Kane says: “That's the first objective.
“The mood amongst the experienced boys is calm, really. We’re in a good spot.
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“We’ve got a chance to win on Tuesday which puts us top of the group.
“That opens up the knock out stage which is obviously when things get a bit more ruthless – almost exciting – and it’s a chance to really go on the big stage and show what we’ve got.
“We'd love nothing more than to win this tournament and be celebrating with the fans outside Wembley and everything that would come with that.
“But we also know it's a long road to get there. I think the most important thing as a group is the togetherness we have, knowing what we have and what we can do.
“We've all experienced pressure and expectation at club level, so I feel that everyone in this squad is more than capable of dealing with that.”