Former Queens Park Rangers and Manchester City forward Rodney Marsh has suggested on social networking site Twitter that Harry Kane should not start for England against the Netherlands on Tuesday evening.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker started the Three Lions’ friendly international against Germany in Berlin on Saturday evening. The 22-year-old played for the entire 90 minutes and scored a goal, as England won 3-2.
Marsh believes that England head coach Roy Hodgson should not start Kane against the Netherlands in the friendly international on Tuesday evening.
The former England international has suggested that Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy should be included in the starting lineup instead.
>Think Roy should leave Kane (give him a break)on the bench & start Vardy on Tuesday....— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) March 27, 2016
Kane has played regularly this season and is a key member of the Tottenham squad.
Since the 22-year-old played the entire 90 minutes against Germany at the weekend, it would make sense for Hodgson to give him some rest and not include him in the starting lineup against the Netherlands.