Kane has been appointed England captain and goes into Monday’s Group G opener against Tunisia on the back of scoring 30 Premier League goals for Spurs last season.
Attention is understandably trained on England’s focal point, but Trippier believes their group rivals would be unwise to underestimate the side as a whole.
The defender said: “Everybody knows what Harry Kane’s all about, he’s a goalscorer and a great professional.
“But if you look all around our team we’ve got winners, we’ve got goals all around the pitch.
“It’s not just Harry, we’ve got a strong forward line, a lot of pace, youth and I know the boys are looking forward to getting on with it now.”
Egypt superstar Mohamed Salah is “almost 100 per cent” certain to play in Friday’s World Cup opener against Uruguay, says boss Hector Cuper.
Salah, 25, has been in a race against time to be passed fit after he injured shoulder ligaments in a controversial early collision with Sergio Ramos during Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid on May 26.
The forward missed all three of Egypt’s warm-up friendlies.
“I can almost assure you 100 per cent he will play, save unforeseen circumstances at the very last minute,” said Cuper.
The match at Ekaterinburg Arena in Group A will be Egypt’s first at a World Cup finals in 28 years.
Hoffenheim and Croatia striker Andrej Kramaric has paid tribute to celebrated Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric.
Modric, 32, is carrying the Balkan nation’s hopes at World Cup 2018.
He said: “Luka is very important to this team.
“He is not just one of the best midfielders, but one of the best players in the world.”
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