England striker Harry Kane reckons his attacking partnership with Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy needs time. The Tottenham forward, who scored on his international debut with the Three Lions, said it's too early for the new attacking trio to be judged after playing for the first time in England's 1-0 win over Portugal on Thursday evening - without major threats in the opposing half.
"I don't think you can judge it on one performance," said Kane. "It's one game, the understanding isn't just going to happen overnight.
"We were asked to play together against Portugal and we won the game. Of course we would have wanted a few more chances and few more shots at goal, but it's something we are still working on so there is no reason for anyone to get too downhearted.
"It's a learning curve. These games were to prepare us for the Euros and I feel they have done that. We'll see what formation the manager picks against Russia and we will just do our best."