Kane remains optimistic about Euro 2024 despite England's lackluster performance in the draw against Denmark

Harry Kane remains confident that England will discover the winning formula for Euro 2024, despite their underwhelming performance in Thursday’s 1-1 draw against Denmark.

In Frankfurt, Gareth Southgate’s team had a chance to secure a spot in the last 16 as Group C winners by defeating the Danes.

In the 18th minute, England captain Kane provided them with an excellent start by calmly converting a close-range finish from Kyle Walker’s deflected cross.

However, England’s momentum took a hit as Denmark managed to equalize after 34 minutes. Morten Hjulmand unleashed a powerful 30-yard drive that sailed past Jordan Pickford.

The performance was far from impressive, and it was unlikely to intimidate England’s opponents. This lackluster display followed a narrow 1-0 victory against Serbia in their first group match, where luck played a significant role.

However, Bayern Munich striker Kane firmly believes that England will eventually hit their stride.

“We mentioned earlier that there are no easy games in this tournament, and it seems like that’s becoming evident,” he stated.

“There are levels we can strive to achieve, and we have the potential to improve in both possession and without it.”

“A true testament to a strong team is their ability to secure positive outcomes even when they are not performing at their peak, as we have demonstrated in our past two matches.”

England remains in a strong position to advance to the last 16, currently leading the group with four points going into their final match against Slovenia.

However, their main objective will be to secure victory in the group stage, as this would increase their chances of a more favorable draw in the last 16.

Prominent figures from the world of English football, such as Alan Shearer and Rio Ferdinand, did not hold back in expressing their strong disapproval of the recent lackluster performance by the national team against Germany.

Despite acknowledging the presence of doubters following the performance, Kane remains confident that England will weather the storm.

“We are leading the group.” There is room for improvement. There is likely to be a lot of commotion and some dissatisfaction back home.

“A similar situation occurred during the previous Euros, when we had a draw against Scotland.” We will reach our destination through a gradual process.