The Tottenham forward was naturally disappointed with the side's failure to qualify for the knock-out stages of the competition.
Two quick-fire goals midway through the first half ensured the young Lions had to endure an uphill battle but it was no better after the interval when they fell further behind, even though Nathan Redmond managed to salvage a goal in injury time.
For much of the game, and indeed during the tournament, Kane was dropping pretty deep and trying to find the target from range as England lacked the cutting edge needed to really dent their opponents.
In terms of Kane's own international career from here on in, he will more than likely be a regular feature of the England senior team moving forward after making himself available for this tournament in the Czech Republic after a long but successful season for his club.
Disappointing end to what was a great 2 years with the U21s. We have to learn and improve but Defeat only makes me more hungry to Succeed!— Harry Kane (@hkane28) June 25, 2015
It is the third successive campaign that England have failed to get out of the group stages. The players themselves may be better for the disappointment in the long run as they'll look to kick on, but there are questions for those at the FA and Gareth Southgate.
There seemed to be pressure on Kane during the tournament, even reliance after he took the Premier League by storm. That is a big learning curve for him and he could well see this particular experience as a silver lining going forward.