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 By Chris Wright

Tom Brady wishes England star Harry Kane good luck at World Cup

Tom Brady posted on Harry Kane's social media.
Tom Brady made an appearance on Harry Kane's social media.

England boarded their team plane and flew out to Russia on Tuesday morning ahead of their opening World Cup match against Tunisia next week.

Suited and booted, the Three Lions took to the skies but not before star striker Harry Kane received a good luck message from one of his biggest fans.

As he has demonstrated on many occasions, Kane is a huge fan of the NFL and of the New England Patriots in particular, so a personal message from quarterback Tom Brady is likely to have a huge impact.

"Brady is a big inspiration and a big idol of mine," the Tottenham man once revealed. "Watching him, seeing how he has done it, to become probably the greatest of all time in his sport, I have used that to help me."

With that kind of influence at play, how can England possibly fail to lift the trophy this summer?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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