The win gave Gareth Southgate's side the ideal start in their bid to qualify from Group G and are next in action on Sunday, when they take on tournament debutants Tunisia in Nizhny Novgorod. "For me, I struggled to get them off me".
"He sent a lot of love hearts and said: 'Come on England!' He is rooting for me". I want to be up there with the best in the world. 'He wants me and the whole team to do well, ' said the forward.
"We understand it's going to have to be a team effort to win the trophy".
"It's true England controlled the match, but we defended ourselves very well for 90 minutes".
He said: 'The Euros were disappointing for me, for everyone, so it was a challenge to put that right.
I am pretty sure there were many fans waiting to berate the players at fulltime before Kane's late victor.
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One thing, however, was clear to the French coach: having three top-class strikers assembled does not solve all problems. On paper, this is a game from which France should comfortably take three points and make a ideal start to the World Cup .
The spirit, patience and camaraderie displayed in the 2-1 defeat of Tunisia was a far cry from their last match at a major tournament, when toothless England suffered one of their most humiliating defeats ever.
With 15 goals in 25 appearances - including a record of 10 in 10 during Gareth Southgate's managerial reign - the Tottenham forward is out on his own as England's danger man in Russian Federation. To be the best player in the world you have to aim high - you can not aim low - so just put no limits on yourself.
"That's the message we have tried to get across to the team".
Kane said he had not taken advice from Pochettino or England boss Gareth Southgate about how to play in a World Cup. Now, he's the first Leicester City player to represent the country at the World Cup since Gordon Banks, England's great goalkeeper during its one and only triumph in 1966.
Kane gave the Three Lions the lead in the 11th minute, turning the ball home after Mouez Hassen made a fantastic save from John Stones' goal-bound header. "There are two group games left to play, two that we have to go out and win". Hopefully he can keep that going in the competition. He scored a brilliant goal in a friendly against Nigeria earlier this month and looked bright when coming off the bench against Tunisia.