Harry Kane will be looking to all but secure the World Cup Golden Boot when England take on Croatia in tonight’s semi-final.
The Tottenham striker has scored six goals in Russia so far and will be just about uncatchable if he finds the net again.
Arsene Wenger, who left Spurs’ fierce rivals Arsenal at the end of the season, has been praising Kane in his role as a pundit during the tournament.
The Frenchman recently pondered what makes Kane so special, explaining that the 24-year-old has a “desire to be simple and efficient,” and that the “basic” things he does are in fact “intelligent” and “simple”.
Watch Wenger’s explanation below.