Saka names special players in the England team

World Cup: Saka names special players in the England team
Bukayo Saka

England striker Bukayo Saka has called captain Harry Kane an outstanding player for the Three Lions.

Saka spoke to the BBC yesterday and praised Kane for his goal against Senegal in the World Cup Round of 16 on Sunday.

The Arsenal star said he was never worried about the Tottenham Hotspur striker because he knew he would score for Gareth Southgate’s side at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

“Harry Kane is inevitable, you know, he’s always scoring, I’ve never been worried about that,” the 21-year-old said of Kane.

“He is so special to us. He’s like the glue of the team, the way he stringed attacks together.

“I knew he was going to score and he showed amazing composure because it took him so long to touch the ball, but he did what Harry Kane did and put the ball in the net. “

See also: World Cup: No good news – England striker Saka reacts to Gabriel Jesus injury

England striker, Bukayo Saka, said he was angry when he learned about the injury of Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus during the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Saka, who scored in England’s 3-0 win over Senegal in the round of 16 on Sunday, said so ahead of the Three Lions’ World Cup quarter-final against France on Saturday.

Both Saka and Jesus were teammates at Premier League giant Arsenal.

The 21-year-old was asked about Jesus, who was ruled out of the World Cup after suffering a knee injury. “He’s a very, very, very important player for us [Arsenal] and it’s not good to hear this news,” Saka said of Gabriel Jesus’ injury.

“Obviously I texted him and I think he’s going to go see the doctor and see what he needs to do for the next steps.

“It’s definitely not good news when I hear that.”

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