Former Scotland international Willie Miller says Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane wouldn’t merit a place in Steve Clarke’s squad after a goalless draw with England at Euro 2020.

The terrific Scotland performance in London alongside results elsewhere at the Euros means a Scotland win over Croatia tonight would seal a knockout round spot. Tottenham Hotspur man and England captain Kane was shackled on home soil by Grant Hanley, hardly getting a kick of the ball.

England v Scotland - UEFA Euro 2020: Group D

Beaten by Hanley. (Photo by Matt Dunham – Pool/Getty Images)

Aberdeen and Scotland great Miller believes the Tottenham Hotspur striker wouldn’t be ahead of Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes or Che Adams after Friday’s display (BBC): “It was great from a Scotland point of view. Their two centre-backs aren’t bad, their goalkeeper I’m not so sure about, I don’t think I would swap out the goalkeeper.

“He made a good save from Stephen O’Donnell, but nah. Kane, because he’s a goalscorer, but he’s been poor in both games. I’m leaning towards probably none of them, I think we are ok.”

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