Harry Kane's England call-up is 'scary' says Danny Rose

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Tottenham Hostpur defender Danny Rose feels that it is 'scary' that his team-mate Harry Kane has been called up the senior England squad. 

Rose has played with Kane at both club and senior level with the England Under 21's, but admitted that it is no mistake that he has earned his call-up. 


The 21-year-old has scored 29 goals this season, and has scored more goals than the likes of Neymar and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Kane was also nominated for the PFA's young player of the year award today, and is the hot favourite to win the prize which was won by Chelsea star Eden Hazard last season. 


And all of this success comes as no surprise for Rose, who is happy for his striking team-mate who notched his first ever hat-trick to help his side to a 4-3 win over Leicester on the weekend. 

He told Tottenham's official site: "It's very scary as he's only 21. Obviously I don't want to jinx him but I can happily tell people that it's no fluke - all the goals that he scores- right foot, left foot and shots from outside the box- you can expect him to score or at least hit the target", Rose told the clubs' official website. 


"I'm very happy for him and we hope he manages to earn an England cap or two and gets on the scoresheet", he added. 

Kane has been named by England boss Roy Hodgson in the England squad that will play in a Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania on Friday, followed by a friendly against Italy at the end of March. 

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