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Lithuania Manager Has Ingenious Solution To Stopping Harry Kane

Lithuania Manager Has Ingenious Solution To Stopping Harry Kane

We can't pick fault with this plan

Joe Baiamonte

Joe Baiamonte

Given that Harry Kane has scored roughly 234 goals since the calendar rolled over into September, you couldn't blame any defence in the world for not wanting to face the Tottenham and England striker at the moment.

Luckily for Lithuania, their manager Edgaras Jankauskas has a plan to stop the England forward.

Jankauskas was asked ahead of today's World Cup qualifier how his team will manage to keep Kane quiet, following the 24-year-old's last minute, match winning dramatics on Thursday night that sealed the Three Lions' qualification for next summer's tournament in Russia.

And the Lithuania manager's come up with an ingenious solution to stop Kane adding to his tally, today.

He's suggested simply not allowing the Tottenham man in the Vilniaus LFF Stadium, at all.

"The first plan would be to not let him into the stadium!

"We know he is in terrific form and to stop him, well, we have to pay a lot of attention and to use everything we can against such a machine, such a goalscoring machine."

Kane has 11 goals in nine games for Spurs so far, this term, despite not finding the back of the net throughout August. The Spurs striker scored his first ever England goal against today's opponents, having scored against Lithuania in a 4-0 triumph during Euro 2016 qualifying in March, 2015. Kane has gone onto score 10 more goals for England since then for a record of 11 goals in 22 caps.

Will Tottenham's goal machine continue his fine form, this evening?

(H/T Metro)

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Football, England, Harry Kane