Harry Kane pauses his post-match interview to soak up Wembley noise

Emotional Harry Kane left ‘speechless’ as England captain pauses his post-match interview to soak up the bouncing Wembley atmosphere – with fans belting out Sweet Caroline after momentous win over rivals Germany

  • Harry Kane paused his post-match interview to soak up the Wembley noise
  • Kane scored the second in England’s memorable 2-0 win over rivals Germany
  • The England captain was moved as he conducted his post-match media duties
  • He took his time to enjoy the moment with England fans singing Sweet Caroline 
  • Find out the latest Euro 2020 news including fixtures, live action and results here

England skipper Harry Kane was left ‘speechless’ as he stopped to enjoy the moment after their sensational 2-0 win over old foes Germany.

The Tottenham striker was fulfilling his media duties after netting the second in the momentous victory on Tuesday night at Wembley when he paused to soak it all in. 

Kane was asked on ITV: ‘Harry, you had some wonderful moments at the World Cup, but Germany beaten in the round of 16, Wembley, electric? 


England skipper Harry Kane was left ‘speechless’ as he stopped to savour moment in interview










The 27-year-old paused to savour the moment, then replied: ‘Yeah,’ before stopping again to look around and soak up the incredible atmosphere generated by England fans belting out Sweet Caroline.

Kane looked moved by the whole occasion, before saying: ‘I’m speechless, I don’t know what to say.’

The forward, after another pause to take the atmosphere in, continued: ‘Amazing, amazing day, amazing game. Performance was top drawer, another clean sheet, but look we go again, we ain’t done nothing yet.’

England supporters generated a bouncing atmosphere inside Wembley on Tuesday evening

Kane notched his first goal of Euro 2020 in the 86th-minute, heading home from close range

Kane notched his first goal of Euro 2020 in the 86th-minute, heading home substitute Jack Grealish’s cross.

That sealed a memorable victory for the Three Lions in front of a raucous Wembley crowd.

England players executed manager Gareth Southgate’s tactics to perfection and went ahead in the 75th minute through Raheem Sterling – scoring his third goal of the tournament.

Germany’s Thomas Muller squandered a glorious chance to equalise before Kane got his Euros campaign off and running to send England fans into pandemonium. 

After seeing off rivals Germany the Three Lions face Ukraine in the quarter-finals on Saturday in Rome following Andriy Shevchenko’s side’s dramatic extra-time win over Sweden.

Raheem Sterling broke the deadlock in the 75th minute to get the Three Lions on their way




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