The Spurs ace was a half-time substitute as the Three Lions were knocked out of the competition by the Netherlands.
Tottenham Hotspur and England striker Harry Kane has taken to Twitter to give his thoughts on the Three Lions' elimination at the UEFA Nations League semi-final stage at the hands of the Netherlands on Thursday night.
Gareth Southgate's charges went ahead in the first half of the game in Portugal when Matthijs de Ligt brought down Marcus Rashford, who converted the penalty himself just after the half hour mark.
The Ajax captain made amends when he headed home Memphis Depay's corner with 17 minutes remaining, not long after Jadon Sancho spurned an opportunity to double England's lead with an unmarked header.
Jesse Lingard had the ball in the back of the net late on, only for VAR to rule the effort out for offside, with meant the game went to extra time, during which defensive errors by John Stones and Ross Barkley led to Dutch goals and ultimately a 3-1 defeat.
Kane, who came on at half time for Rashford but had little impact in the end, tweeted the following message ahead of Sunday afternoon's third-place playoff against Switzerland:
Didn't go our way last night but so many positives to take from our Nations League campaign. We'll look to finish it off well on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/52ZwArD1ku— Harry Kane (@HKane) 7 June 2019
Here is how some Tottenham fans reacted to their talisman's tweet:
love you h— nia (@thfcstyles) 7 June 2019
Dw H spurs fans still appreciate you— Georgia (@georgiapearl21) 7 June 2019
We still got your back H. Don't let the other idiots that 'support' England get to you— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) 7 June 2019
Go on holiday with the missus and kids and have a good summer break COYS— graham (@grahamroon) 7 June 2019
Said it before: sick and tired of hearing about how defeat means we take positives... aren’t you tired of writing the same old line after each big game defeat (for Spurs and England)?— Duncan Beagley (@duncanbeagley) 7 June 2019
Can you take a break now please.— Spurs82 (@rich20101982) 7 June 2019
You’re clearly knackered
Played well last night Harry, good luck on Sunday (don’t get injured)— ; (@Alderweireldx) 7 June 2019
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