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Jose Mourinho has laid blame at why England's Harry Kane isn't performing at the Euros at manager Gareth Southgate's door.
The Tottenham striker hasn't registered a shot on target at the tournament so far despite impeccable form for his club in the 20/21 campaign.
Kane won the Golden Boot and Playmaker awards in the season and was expected to bring his scoring boots to the Euros.
England have only scored one goal in the group stage in their opening two matches with Manchester City's Raheem Sterling finding the net against Croatia in their 1-0 win.
And the much anticipated rival clash against Scotland ended in a 0-0 draw and Mourinho believes Kane isn't on form due to the way the team is playing.
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He told talkSport: "The best thing for a player is when he's lucky enough to play in the national team with very, very similar routines and dynamics that the player has in the club.
"For example, if for a defender in the club he plays three in the back, the best thing is to go to the national team and be exactly in the same dynamics. In attacking areas I believe it's the same.
"In this case the way is trying to play, there is no transfer of dynamics from club to national team. The way Harry is playing is not similar to what he does at Tottenham. Foden over on the right is a little bit more of the same. Mason Mount is much more now at No.8 than a No.10.
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"The players are not having this situation of 'OK it's easy for me because it's just to change the shirt and basically we have the same kind of dynamics."
Mourinho also blames Kane's teammates as they aren't giving him enough service into the box.
He added: "He needs players to make movements behind his shoulder. They must attack the last line. When the full-backs arrive in crossing positions, which they are not doing at the moment, Harry is in the box and you know his movement.
"This situation isn't happening. What is happening is a consequence of the way the team is playing. If Harry has three chances tonight, you can count on him for potentially two goals. It's the consequence of the team playing. Maybe now against a team who will defend more, you need a second striker.
"Mount is not playing close to him, he is closer to the two midfield players. He needs midfield players who can arrive from behind. Phillips done it once or twice against Croatia but didn't against Scotland.
"If it's just Harry in the middle of a back three, like it was against Scotland… England has to do more to allow Harry to give more."
England will take on the Czech Republic in their final group match on Tuesday but their qualification to the last 16 has been confirmed thanks to Group B results on Monday.