Real Madrid owner Florentino Perez has labelled the group of supporters who vandalized Harry Kane’s Madrid mansion “a disgrace”. Three men broke into the striker’s property late last night following Los Blancos’ shock defeat at the hands of minnows Fuenlabrada in the Copa del Rey. The vandals spray-painted the words “Useless” and “Worse than Bale” on the windows of the house, before erecting a giant statue of Cristiano Ronaldo on his front lawn. Kane, who became the world’s most expensive player when he signed for the Spanish giants in July for £200m, has struggled for form and consistency this season, only scoring four goals in twelve appearances. His latest blank was his fourth straight game without finding the net, leading to Madrid-based football newspaper Marca devoting 164 pages to Kane’s “atrocious” recent displays, including one article entitled ‘Harry Kane is the worst footballer I’ve ever seen’. Los Blancos supporters were also enraged earlier this week when a photo emerged online of a 3-year-old Kane wearing a Barcelona shirt. One fan described it as “the greatest act of betrayal” ever witnessed in the history of football. Despite the enormous negativity towards the England captain, Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has insisted that he will continue to field Kane on the left of a formidable front three, which also includes 19-year-old Brazilian wonderkid Bob and former Chelsea forward Eden Hazard. Kane managed to put his club woes to one side last night, scoring a double-hattrick for the national team in the 12-0 win over newly FIFA-recognised team Guernsey to overtake Wayne Rooney as the country’s all-time top scorer. England boss Roy Hodgson described the win as the perfect response to the disappointing World Cup, which saw the Three Lions knocked out at the group stage. Despite the poor showing in Russia, Hodgson’s contract has been extended to the 2026 World Cup, which will be held in Brunei after the sovereign state’s bid triumphed over Sir David Beckham and Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s effort to bring the tournament to England. FIFA President Sepp Blatter described the nation as “ideal hosts”, despite its controversial human rights laws and it lacking 15 suitable stadiums. 82-year-old Blatter last week announced his intention to once again stand for re-election next year, revealing that he hopes to remain President until his 100th birthday. Meanwhile, Tottenham’s hopes of signing the striker dubbed the ‘Swedish Messi’, 18-year-old Felix Frisk, have been dented after his agent was quoted saying the player is “too good for Tottenham”. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy last week refused to meet Frisk’s £18m asking price, and the forward now looks set to be heading to Stamford Bridge, leaving Spurs with only one recognised striker: Emmanuel Adebayor.