On Southgate, Enrique said: 'I like Southgate as a coach.
Tottenham striker Kane may have won the Golden Boot at the World Cup finals in Russian Federation, but hasn't scored in six games now, a run extended in Friday's 0-0 draw in Croatia.
England manager Gareth Southgate was disappointed with the outcome, saying: "Second half we were by far the better team and if we had taken our chances we would have won the game". We have to get back to our top form. He's adapted to his players, something we all have to do.
Jordan Pickford was another loud presence, with the England goalkeeper continually urging his teammates on from the other end of the pitch, but by contrast, the Croatia players were much quieter; perhaps they knew what each other was doing in the first place, without having to shout all the time. "I like the way he interprets the game by trying to play with the ball and adapting to his players, which is something we all must do".
Dier and Kane both headed against the woodwork - but it was a miserable night for Rashford, who was guilty of two glaring misses, one when he shot tamely at the keeper when he was unmarked and seemed certain to score.
Dejan Lovren was booked for a clumsy tackle on Sterling as the first half petered out, but a much brighter start to the second half nearly brought a goal for either side.
There was also a glimpse of the future as 18-year-old substitute Sancho became the first player born this millennium to play for the senior side, while 21-year-old Ben Chilwell impressed.
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England manager Gareth Southgate, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, said: "There would be more concern if we weren't creating chances". "But I look at someone like Milly (James Milner) at 32 and he could go for at least another three, four - maybe even longer - years". In the summer we had a system which allowed our players to embed into global football but now they are more experienced.
Jordan Henderson is tipping Adam Lallana to make a positive impact for both club and country this season.
"It will be a tough game, but these are the experiences you want to be in".
The home side got the match under way and tried to get the ball forward immediately, but England got it clear. We did really well at Wembley, but there are things to keep improving. We still have a lot of time ahead of us.
"The pitch was tough, we had one off the bar, one off the post and Marcus had a couple I'm sure he'd take on another day".