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Harry Kane goals, Gareth Bale exit, U.S. team, Spain strikers, Netherlands

England head coach Roy Hodgson says he's delighted for Harry Kane after the Tottenham striker scored on his England debut against Lithuania.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

They hype surrounding Harry Kane was hard to miss ahead of his England team debut vs. Lithuania. The Premier League goal-scoring leader headed home the Three Lions' fourth goal of the match just seconds after coming on in their 4-0 victory.

How many career goals will Harry Kane score for England?

The U.S. national team returned to competition this week vs. Denmark....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United receive boost in their chase for Dortmund's Mats Hummels

ESPN FC Insider Tor-Kristian Karlsen wonders how Mats Hummels' attacking mindset can transfer to the Premier League.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread.

Man United receive boost in bid for Hummels?

Mats Hummels was never going to leave Borussia Dortmund last year, but the World Cup winner has given the clearest hint yet that his time in the Bundesliga may finally be coming to an end.

The BVB captain has been strongly linked with Manchester United since last summer, and told kicker: "Basically ... I think moving abroad will be good for my professional...

 By Phil Lythell

Eden Hazard should win Player of the Year awards by a landslide

The ESPN FC crew react to Chelsea forward Eden Hazard's latest comments about his side's elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

Now that the flowers are starting to bloom and leaves returning to the trees, it is almost time for the big prizes to be handed out. One has already been allocated, of course, with the Capital One Cup now residing at Stamford Bridge but the Premier League and FA Cup are still being pursued. Although another visit to Wembley is out of the question this campaign, there is a significant chance that the title might also be returning to West London.

The other accolades still in the offing are the individual...

Ecuador friendly reveals the flaws in Mexico's ambitious side

It was Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's goal and Jose de Jesus Corona's penalty save that saw Mexico past Ecuador in an end-to-end thriller of an international friendly.

I may have been too foolish with my aspirations for El Tri on Saturday night. My prediction for the match was a 3-1 win for Mexico over Ecuador, which I was honestly second-guessing, thinking that perhaps 4-1 would be more appropriate.

That's the problem with hopes and dreams, nobody ever fantasizes about something realistic, it's always a bit outlandish.

If you ask any Mexico fan about their predictions for Saturday's game, I highly doubt most would have gone for a narrow and conservative 1-0...

 By Jim Daly

Palace's Pardew and Jedinak deserve end of season award consideration

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he hopes his players 'respond' to the Eagles fans who have been offered free coach travel to Stoke City for Saturday's Premier League game.

We're approaching that part of the season when the awards start to get polished, the tuxedos get ordered and the champagne gets put on ice, but will there be be any Palace staff celebrating? In a word, no. Despite impressing plenty and looking like they'll finish way higher than preseason expectations, out-performing plenty of bigger teams, there won't be any awards for Eagles players or managers come May.

The best chance the club has of being represented at a glitzy award ceremony is manager Alan...

 By Tim Vickery

Chile's conservative approach fails to pay dividends vs. Brazil

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down Brazil's narrow 1-nil victory over Chile.

Styles make fights, as the boxing writers say. And in the case of recent clashes between Brazil and Chile, the different approaches have consistently led to the same outcome: Chile press, take the game, but end up falling into the trap of those two modern Brazilian strengths, the set piece and the counter-attack.

And so it proved once again in London. Chile had the bulk of possession, and the foul count -- 15 by Chile, an extraordinary and depressing 32 by Brazil -- tells the story. But in a game...