Manchester City's Jack Grealish uses one word to describe Tottenham star Harry Kane
Manchester City star Jack Grealish and Tottenham Hotspur icon Harry Kane have put their club rivalries to one side in pursuit of glory with England.
Both are in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the World Cup in Qatar, and both featured in the Group B thrashing of Iran.
With the media spotlight firmly on England, their players are getting plenty of coverage during the tournament.
Ahead of Friday’s meeting with the United States, Ellevate and Deliveroo spoke to Grealish for a special football vs food game of Word Association.
Grealish was asked for a word in association with Harry Kane, and he said the Tottenham star was “unbelievable”.
This season could well see Kane secure two all-time goalscoring records – for Tottenham and the England national team.
The 29-year-old is currently on 261 competitive goals for Spurs, five behind record holder Jimmy Greaves.
Meanwhile, Kane (51 England goals) is just two goals behind Wayne Rooney (53) in the Three Lions goalscoring charts.
There’s no doubting that the Spurs and England man is one of the best strikers in world football.
And it’s great to see his peers – and club rivals – recognise game.
Although Kane didn’t get on the scoresheet against Iran, he provided two assists for his teammates.
Up next is the US, and hopefully the Tottenham star can open his account for the tournament.
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