Kane scored in stoppage time, after much of the crowd had left.
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England's players lined up to congratulate each other following the win over Slovenia which assured World Cup qualification Thursday but when they turned to acknowledge the crowd, they saw nothing more than thousands of empty red seats.The following year it all went wrong in Shizuoka as England bowed out at the quarterfinal stage to 10-man Brazil.Manager Southgate insisted afterward the only thing that mattered was England had qualified.Former England winger Chris Waddle, a member of the side that reached the World Cup semifinals in 1990, said the display against Slovenia was "very, very poor".If any lowering of England's expectations were still required, those two heavyweight nations should provide it.
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