England captain Harry Kane insists he's not suffering a hangover after failing to secure a summer move away from Tottenham.
Kane had previously scored in 15 consecutive World Cup and European Championship qualifiers for his country - a remarkable run that stretched back to September 2017.
But after being substituted in England's 1-1 draw with Hungary last night, Kane said: “It's natural that people think like that and obviously everyone is entitled to their opinion but at the end of the day, I'm my own biggest critic.
“I put the most pressure on myself to deliver and perform and play well, so at the end of the day I've just got to keep working hard for the team.
“It was the first game in 15 that I haven't scored, so not the end of the world. Everyone who knows me well knows I'm confident every time I play. I'll be ready for the next one."
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