Kane has scored 30 Premier League goals for Tottenham this past season.
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Striker Harry Kane will wear the captain's armband for England at next month's World Cup, ending speculation about who would lead Gareth Southgate's squad in Russia.Southgate has often played down the significance of the position, preferring to nurture a collective leadership within the team, but Kane will be the figurehead as England go into their 15th World Cup.Kane, who scored 30 Premier League goals for Tottenham this past season, has 23 caps for England and netted 12 times.Kane, who first captained England in a World Cup qualifier against Scotland last year, said it was a "massive honor".
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