England national team captain Harry Kane has admitted that the Spain national team are a more superior side in terms of passes of the ball.
The Tottenham star made this claim ahead of their clash with the Spanish national team on Monday in the UEFA nations Cup.
The 2018 World Cup golden boot winner will not forget that despite their poor outing at the world tournament, the Spanish side have scored 10 goals in their last two games.
However, the England captain hailed his side for having great qualities, pace and individual talents, noting that all of these qualities would be employed as an advantage to them against their Monday opponents.
England has just managed a point from their last two games in Group 4 in addition to losing by 2-1 to Spain at the Wembley Stadium earlier this month.
The goal from Marcus Rashford was cancelled by Saul Niguez and Rodrigo to give Spain the victory.
However, the England captain has not proven to be the leader as he has not scored a single goal since returning from the World Cup with the tournament’s golden boot in July.
Kane has made it clear that he does care about his level of the game as he hopes to keep working hard, not minding what the outcome of his games are.