So which English players enhanced their credentials this weekend? Winners Harry Kane What on earth were Chelsea doing! You simply can’t give Kane the time to pick his spot, even from 25 yards out! Kane gave one of his best Premier League displays of the season to cap a hugely satisfying seven days at Wembley.
Month: November 2018
After England’s incredible World Cup adventure, most expected the autumn would be a case of after the Lord Mayor’s show and back to Earth with a bump. It seemed to be heading that way after an opening Nations League defeat, but England rallied and end the year with a Nations League semi-final to look forward
England have qualified for the semi finals of the UEFA Nations League after a stunning late comeback saw them beat Croatia at Wembley. The precarious position of their group meant both England and Croatia needed to win to qualify for the Nations League finals, whilst a draw would send Spain through. Adding to the tension
Wayne Rooney’s farewell to England turned out to be a game all about dynamic new talent as England brushed aside the USA 3-0 at Wembley. Gareth Southgate opted for a youthful starting line-up who had fewer caps between them than Rooney has to his name, whilst England’s fabled number 10 started on the bench. The
When Wayne Rooney departed English football this summer is was a strangely muted affair. A year on from rejoining boyhood club Everton, England and Manchester United’s record goalscorer slipped out of Finch Farm and headed to Washington DC. But his one-off return tomorrow night, makes England’s encounter with the USA their most talked about friendly
Winners Harry Kane Cometh of the hour! With 6 minutes to go against PSV, Tottenham looked like they were out of Europe. Enter Kane whose late brace secured a vital 2-1 win and keeps Spurs in the hunt for the Champions League last 16. Alex Pritchard The Huddersfield midfielder grabbed his first goal of the
Looking back at England’s risers and fallers on an emotional weekend for English football. Winners Demarai Gray There’s only one place to start, with grief-stricken Leicester City. Gray scored the goal that mattered so much more to Leicester than the three points it won. Gray has had an in and out time with Leicester, with