Harry Kane has refused to blame the crucial VAR decision for England's defeat to the Netherlands in the Nations League semi-final.

It looked like England were progressing to the decider after substitute Jesse Lingard England scored in the 83rd minute to leave his side leading 2-1, following earlier goals from Marcus Rasfhord and Matthijs De Ligt's equaliser.

But Lingard's goal only had his country momentarily in dreamland. Video assistant referee Francois Letexier ruled the goal out for offside, with the Netherlands going on to secure a 3-1 victory in extra-time.

"The longer it (the review) goes on you start to get a bit worried. It's what VAR is there for, it's hard because you celebrate and think you have won but it's what we all have to get used it. We have to take it on the chin."

Kane also denied that last weekend's all-English Champions League final between Tottenham and Liverpool hurt England's chances.

"I don't think so, as a squad we're good enough whoever plays," the Spurs forward said.

"It's a stage of the season where the Euros and the World Cup is going to be so it's where you're coming to the end but have to pick it back up.

"We had a big game on Saturday but Gareth (Southgate) made his decision and we will back whatever he decides. We were a few inches from winning it and unfortunately it didn't go for us."