England qualify for World Cup against better judgement
ENGLAND have qualified for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia despite their deep misgivings about doing so.
The team triumphed over Slovenia via a last-minute impulsive goal after spending 90 minutes wondering if this was even a good idea.
Captain Harry Kane said: “Oh well. I guess we’re going now.
“I didn’t have any plans for next summer anyway apart from moving to Madrid, and apparently Russia’s nice and after we’ve got our three games out of the way there’ll be plenty of time to look around.
“I’d describe the mood in the dressing room as a bit like when the missus booked us tickets to see Britney in Vegas, which she had talked about but I sort of hadn’t realised was actually serious until it happened. That kind of feeling.
“Anyway the gaffer gave a really stirring talk about the law of averages and how you never know this time might be different. It’s great to have a boss who knows what a deeply mixed experience playing for England is.”
Kane added: “I did apologise to the lads for scoring without checking with them first. They said it was fine but I’m not convinced they all meant it.”