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Harry Kane reassures he’s ‘feeling good’ after his impactful return to the pitch, scoring in England’s friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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The Three Lions’ skipper had been sidelined from Bayern Munich’s recent league clashes due to a back injury, sparking concerns over his fitness for the upcoming European Championships. However, Kane put those doubts to rest with his dynamic performance on Monday, coming off the bench to net a goal in England’s 3-0 win at St James’ Park.

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Replacing Ollie Watkins shortly after Cole Palmer’s penalty, Kane marked his return with a goal, setting a positive tone for his readiness ahead of Euro 2024.

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In a post-match interview with Channel 4, Kane expressed his optimism: “I am feeling good. A lot of the end of season was precaution, of course there is a big summer coming up. We didn’t want to take risks with it. In the end, it was a good chance to take a good break after a tough season. It has almost worked in my favor, missing the back end of the season. It gave me a chance to get a bit more rest than I was going to get. I’m not one who takes too long to get sharp and it was nice to get a goal there to get that feeling back again.”

With Gareth Southgate set to finalize his Euro 2024 squad soon, England’s upcoming friendly against Iceland will serve as one final tune-up before the squad embarks on their journey, aiming for success in Germany.

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