Gareth Southgate admits that it would be a 'brave decision' not to start Harry Kane against USA
Gareth Southgate said it would be a 'brave decision' to leave Harry Kane out of his England starting line-up against the United States after confirming the striker had come through training with a clean bill of health.
Kane suffered a knock after a clumsy challenge by Morteza Pouraliganji in England's 6-2 win against Iran on Monday - the national team's biggest ever win at the start of a major tournament.
The Spurs striker, who has a history of ankle problems, did play on for 25 minutes but was seen limping after the game and went for a precautionary scan.
However, Kane has returned to training without issue and Southgate suggested his captain will feature from the start on Friday.
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