Harry Kane believes it’s possible to eclipse Wayne Rooney’s record to become England’s all-time record goalscorer but admitted that is not his current focus.The former United talisman who notched in 53 goals for England tipped Kane to overtake his record after making his 120th and final appearance at international level.Kane, who has 19 goals for England, told ESPN: “It’s definitely possible but it’s still a fair bit away.“I don’t like to set my targets that far ahead in the future because a lot of things can happen.“We’ll see over the next few years how many goals I’ve got and hopefully I’m still fit and healthy and still getting picked by the manager.“It’s definitely something that’s achievable but not something I’m thinking about too much right now.”Report: Rooney talks Engalnd Kane and Guardiola George Patchias – September 12, 2019 Wayne Rooney has spoken of his England record, Harry Kane smashing it and Pep Guardiola for England.In an interview on his Wayne Rooney podcast…Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate said his side had improved since losing to Croatia in the World Cup semifinals.“I think we’ve learned with every experience that we’ve had,” he said. “We’ve added more depth to the squad in terms of some more young players emerging, more competition for places.“We’ve had a slight change of system which has also added something different, so we’ve got some flexibility in how we can play.“So we’re always improving and I think in those five matches that you’ve seen since the summer what we haven’t done is sat on our laurels and said ‘OK, we’re happy with what we did at the World Cup — that’s it for the year, we’ll look forward to the European Championship.’“We’ve wanted to keep improving and I think the players have shown that mentality as well.”
If you love masala and like to enjoy your meals at a calm and relaxing environment, there’s a perfect destination in the Capital waiting to host you. Dilli 32, an Indian specialty restaurant at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi is a delight for foodies. A place suited for a leisurely meal with your family and loved ones, with live ghazal performance, and finger licking food, Dilli 32 is meant to deliver you one of the best dining experiences in the Capital. Flaunting a live kitchen and gorgeous interiors, Dillli 32 will make you revisit the Mughal Era with rich assortment of dishes belonging to the royal age. The restaurant boasts of Awadhi and North West Frontier cuisine creating a perfect ensemble of gourmet delicacies. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfWelcomed with papad and an array of delicious chutneys, you can sit back munching onto them while you order some refreshing mocktails, wine or cocktails. While you rejoice over the crunchy papads, they’d surprise you with a couple of dal pakodas, until your main course arrives at your table. When heading for dinner, you would be ready to be greeted with soothing tea candles at your table accompanied by live ghazal, while you have a hearty conversation with your companion. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive There’s a mouthwatering variety of kebabs, both for vegetarians and meat lovers for starters, Nutki kebab, Makai aur akhrot ki khaas seekh (sweet corn and walnut kebab), Shahi galawat ke kebab and Murgh seekh kebab to name a few. Once you are over with the starters, it might be a hefty task to choose from the countless dishes for main course. With a multitude of paranthas and rotis you also get different biryanis. While the soft Dum gosht ki biryani, light Shakahari kheechra, or Lasooni palak sooth your tongue, a spoonful of their ‘Dal Dilli 32’ will take your breath away.Heading to sweet endings, you would be rather amazed to find Badam ka halwa and Mirchi ka halwa (capsicum halwa) which would be memorable choices but their Shahi tukra would set a benchmark for desserts in your mind with its succulent and delicious bites. Even if you had successfully held back your surprised look all along, a box full of digestives laid out at the table after your meal will motivate you to let go and leap up in joy. When you just thought that a meal could not have been any better, a smiling host would enter with a tray full of paan shots! Yes, you heard it right ‘Paan shots’ – these are non-alcoholic milk based paan flavoured shots to help you digest your meal.