David Beckham supports Harry Kane after England’s World Cup exit

Berlin: England legend David Beckham has described his compatriot Harry Kane as a ‘real leader’ after he missed a crucial penalty during England’s 1-2 defeat by France in yesterday’s UEFA Cup quarter-final Qatar 2022 World Cup. Kane scored the equalizing goal for England from a penalty kick, after Aurelien Tchoamini advanced with a goal for the Dukes, then Olivier Giroud scored the second goal for France in the 78th minute and six minutes later England got a new penalty, but Kane hit the net. Beckham suffered a similar situation after being sent off during England’s match against Argentina in the last 16 of the 1998 World Cup, to be subjected to a lot of abuse after this incident, but this time he wants the England fans to stand next to Kane. “A true leader must rise above himself in these moments, and that’s what our leader Kane did,” wrote Beckham, through his personal account on the “Instagram” network, to exchange photos today, Sunday. “Our boys will continue to grow. It’s always the worst feeling to wake up after being knocked out of a tournament, but our players, Gareth Southgate, the coaching staff and all our fans can feel proud of this team.” “Next time the ending will be different. We proceed with our heads held high, “he stressed. (dpa-stats executes)