Harry Kane has insisted that he is unstoppable ahead of England's semi-final clash with Denmark on Wednesday night.
Kane started Euro 2020 slowly but has come good with games and ahead of the tie, the Spurs main man said that it will be hard for Denmark to stop him in the game.
When asked whether he could be stopped if he was in peak form, Kane said: “To be honest, probably not. My game understanding, in terms of what I need to do to not just help myself but also the team, is probably at its best in my career so far.
“It is not a problem. If you try to stop me that’s OK because we have got other players who are just as good, who are going to cause problems.
“It is not the case where you stop me and you stop us as a team. We have plenty of threats, plenty of options, plenty of different ways of playing.
“From my point of view, it is just assessing that on the pitch, seeing what formation they are playing and setting up, and just trying to adapt my game to that. I feel like when I’m playing at my best I can score goals or provide assists against anyone.”
With three goals to his name already in the tournament, Kane is still able to finish the tournament as the top scorer with three goals and has the opportunity to overtake Gary Lineker as England’s highest-scoring player in major tournament history.