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Harry Kane's dream season for Tottenham and England continues

England left back Leighton Baines poured praise on Harry Kane, after the Tottenham forward came on as a substitute to score on his international debut against Lithuania.

Tottenham's emerging star striker Harry Kane continued his dream season by scoring on his England debut Friday against Lithuania. He's also currently tied with Chelsea's Diego Costa atop the Premier League scoring chart with 19 goals this season.

Here are five notes on this hurricane of season from Kane:

* According to The Guardian, Kane is the 17th player to score on his England debut. At 79 seconds, his strike was the third-fastest goal by an England debutant after Bill Nicholson in 1951 (19 seconds)...

Klinsmann encourages inexperienced back line after Denmark debacle

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann remains optimistic in his back-line development despite the 3-2 loss to Denmark.

ZURICH, Switzerland -- "I think the back line, overall, did a very good job." Whether or not one believes that Jurgen Klinsmann is always entirely forthcoming in his dealings with the media, there is little doubt that the U.S. coach's comments are almost always calculated.

He's admitted as much himself.

So when Klinsmann stepped behind the microphone following the Americans' 3-2 loss in Denmark last week and told reporters that he was happy with what he saw from his four-man defensive unit, his...

 By Jason Davis

MLS making history for all the wrong reasons as intn'l break causes havoc

Watch all the best highlights and moments from around Major League Soccer, including DC United's late winner over the LA Galaxy.

Before a ball was ever kicked in Week 4 of the MLS season, the moaning about international absences threatened to drown out any excitement about the latest round of games.

The moaners had a point: With 57 MLS players away with their national teams, games that would otherwise be highly anticipated marquee showings ended up being downgraded to something much less. Considering the low expectations heading into the weekend, we probably got what we deserved.

Overall, these absences certainly loomed...

 By Chris Wright

Poole Town manager finds novel way to bypass stadium ban

As far as Poole Town manager Tom Killick is concerned, his six-game stadium ban from the FA for yelling at a match official couldn't have come at a worse time.

Killick's side are currently one point clear at the summit of the Evo-Stick Southern Premier division with just eight games of the season remaining and both automatic promotion and a league title on the line.

Thankfully, being prohibited from entering Poole's Tatnam Ground on matchdays hasn't proved to be too much of a hindrance for Killick,...

Brazil not ready for Copa America yet but impress with win over Chile

Our football experts discuss Brazil's eight-game winning streak since the 2014 World Cup with Dunga at the helm.

LONDON -- Unless you were vacationing at the International Space Station last summer, you will remember just how Jorge Sampaoli's Chile was one of the sensations of the 2014 World Cup. They acquired that status by running rings around Spain in Rio and pretty much confirming the end of La Furia Roja's dominance.

Yet Alexis Sanchez and co almost caused a much bigger upset when only the crossbar in the dying minutes of extra time prevented them from dumping hosts Brazil on a dramatic afternoon in...

 By David Mooney

Future at Manchester City bright with club committed to youth

Manchester City are steadily improving their youth team set-up with players like Brandon Barker, pictured, impressing in the UEFA Youth League.

When Manchester City were subject to a shock takeover in September 2008, the landscape changed.

The paupers became the princes and the supporters enjoyed the ride of being linked to the superstars of the game. That deadline day, they signed Robinho from Real Madrid for around £32million and from that moment on, the club became the story.

Amid the supporters' excitement, there was disgust from other quarters at how the new owner could splash such funds on the playing staff, especially during...