Kane’s proven himself as a top-class striker at World Cup – Oxlade-Chamberlain

first_imgAnd ‘The Ox’ is confident we have a chance.“I definitely think we have the talent, there’s no doubting that,” the Liverpool star added.“A lot of it comes down to who turns up on the day.“I know the team have been working massively on being resilient and hard to beat, sticking together until the end – so far the boys shown that really well.“We’ve given ourselves the best chance and that’s all we can do.”Listen to a clip of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on England’s World Cup hopes above, or click here for the full interview!talkSPORT are with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. And Oxlade-Chamberlain says Kane’s ability to continue his Spurs strike rate – having scored 41 goals this season – on the World Cup stage makes him one of the best on the planet right now.“We all know how capable he is of scoring, but to take it to the World Cup is what all top goalscorers try to do,” he told talkSPORT’s Adrian Durham.“He’s on a great run of form at the moment and long may that continue in this tournament.“He’s been brilliant leading the boys, not just vocally, but with his performances, which is massive.”Oxlade-Chamberlain also believes England have the players to compete with the best for World Cup glory this summer.After back-to-back wins over Tunisia and Panama, the excitement levels have reached fever-pitch back home and there are hopes the Three Lions can mount a challenge to end over 50 years of hurt. 2 England celebrate during Sunday’s 6-1 win over Panama England captain Harry Kane has cemented his status as one of the world’s best strikers by taking his club form to the World Cup, believes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.The Liverpool midfielder spoke exclusively to talkSPORT on Tuesday about his injury woe, missing out on the Champions League final and his heartbreak at being forced to watch England’s campaign from his sofa.And he heaped praise on Kane, who has led by example in Russia by doing what he does best – hitting the back of the net.The Tottenham striker is the World Cup’s leading marksman with five goals from the Three Lions’ first two games – including a hat-trick against Panama. Kane leaves the pitch in Nizhny Novgorod with the match ball 2last_img read more