Kane joins practice session with England team, removes doubt on fitness

Kane joins practice session with England team, removes doubt on fitness
England captain Harry Kane cleared doubts about his fitness as he trained with the rest of his team ahead of their second World Cup match on Friday. In the team's 6–2 win over Iran on Monday, however, concerns were raised over Kane's fitness in the 49th minute.
 
Kane was seen limping after the match with his leg bandaged, but goalkeeper Jordan Pickford insisted the striker was "fine" after training on Wednesday, Xinhua news agency reported.
 
The striker's keeper commented, "I think he's fine now. Kane has scored 51 goals in 76 appearances for England."
 
Central defender Harry Maguire had to leave the pitch on Monday after feeling dizzy. He also trained with the rest of the players, although Leicester City midfielder, James Maddison was still absent with a knee problem.

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