Dan Schwartzman, Captain Harry Kane, England discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


World, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doug. With England set to face the United States in the World Cup on Friday, England is hopeful that captain Harry Kane will be fit to play after injuring his ankle in Monday's dominating 6 O two win over Iran. The Tottenham star underwent to scan earlier today, which was believed to be more precautionary than necessary. Kane contributed to assists in the win over Iran, as England sits at top Group B another shocker goes down as Japan scores too late goals to send Germany two to one in their groupie opener. Japan gets a goal in the 75th minute from reach Sudan and the winner in the 83rd minute from Takuma asano at the okai gun to one put Germany ahead one mil in the 33rd minute on a penalty. Elsewhere, Belgium outlasts Canada one mil on a goal from michio in the 44th minute, Spain dominates Costa Rica 7 zero as gavi at 18 years old becomes the youngest goal scorer in a World Cup match since peli in 1954 while Morocco and Croatia aimed in the scoreless straw. The New York Jets benching struggling quarterback Zach Wilson for Sunday's game versus the Chicago Bears and will turn to Mike white to be the starter. Wilson was drafted second overall just last year has played poorly throwing just four touchdown passes and 7 interceptions in 7 starts. Wilson, who will be an active on Sunday with Joe Flacco acting as a backup, is expected back on the field at some point this season. Finally, rams quarterback Matt Stafford will not play Sunday versus the chiefs as a 34 year olds in the concussion protocol after taking a big hit against the saints this past weekend. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg will Schwartz optane. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Stateside we had the minutes of the last fed meeting they indicate the fed's aim is to soon moderate the pace of those rate hikes to mitigate the risk of over tightening as of last month when

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