Harry Kane is one of the best strikers in the world and he has now shown that he is a top-notch leader as well.
The striker is the captain of the England national team and he has been involved in helping Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood get back after their recent disgrace.
The teenage pair were kicked out of the England team hotel in Iceland after they were caught breaking coronavirus rules by inviting two girls to their hotel room.
The youngsters had made their debut for the English national team in the game against Iceland and they were expected to be part of the team that played Denmark yesterday.
However, they were sent home in disgrace after they broke the coronavirus rules.
Being so young and with so much to learn, Kane has revealed that he has been texting them to ensure that they learn from it and not feel lonely.
‘The two lads have made a mistake and they know that, and they’ll definitely learn from that,’ Kane said via Mail Online.
‘It’s a lesson learned for any young player or any player that comes up to the England team that there’s a lot of responsibility and a lot of people are watching. All they can do is learn from it.
‘I have text them both. I think it is important to hear a voice. They could have been in a lonely place. It’s not easy, taking criticism, especially when you are in the media’s eye and the fans’ eye.
‘It wasn’t a situation where I wanted them to feel alone and I know a couple of the other boys have text them as well to just make sure they’re doing OK.’
That is a classy move from Kane, he will have known how the young pair would have been feeling and stepping in to offer support and encouragement shows the leader that Kane has become.