England take Naples and Kane makes history
first part of much superiority of England in the Maradona, with a 0-2 advantage for those of Southgate. Declan Rice and Harry Kane scored.
It started evenly, with Italy making things difficult for England and the two having their minutes of control. However, little by little England was gaining control and imposing its law.
Moving from side to side England ruled the ball completely, with Italy trying to counter without success. Rice did justice in a corner kick taking advantage of a rebound in the area to shoot Donnarumma.
Saka, Phillips or Bellingham could score the second with shots in and out of the box, but it was reserved for Kane. A hand by Di Lorenzo reviewed by the VAR ended in penalty for Kane to score, becoming England’s all-time top scorer.
Grealish has even been able to score the third on the brink of rest Italy has only tested crosses into the area and a shot from Retegui blocked by Maguire.