By Alex Taylor
Harry Kane has been named in Omnisport’s Flop XI of Euro 2016 after a miserable European Championships for England.
Kane went to the Euros on the back of a fine season at Tottenham where he topped the Premier League scoring charts with 25 goals.
However the Spurs man endured a dreadful tournament as he failed to find the back of the net with ten shots, with four on target and six off target.
Video production company Omnisport named two England players in the complete ‘Flop XI’, with Kane joined by Raheem Sterling in the side.
He epitomised England’s meltdown against Iceland with a wretched display full of awkward touches, mislaid passes and a complete absence of cutting edge.
The centre-forward confused the nation after he was placed on free-kick and corner duty, neither role did he seem either capable or comfortable of fulfilling.
There had been claims that the striker was tired after playing in the 2015 Under-21 European Championships and 50 games in all competitions for Spurs in the last year, but the former Millwall loanee denied these claims, as reported on Football Insider.