Tag: Marcus Rashford

Spain 2-3 England: Sterling wins The Thriller in Sevilla

“I can only see a Spain win” predicted the oracle that is Paul Merson. For once most agreed, Spain came into this game unbeaten in 38 straight competitive games at home, a run stretching back to 2003, their last home game being a 6-0 hiding of Croatia last month. England meanwhile hadn’t won in Spain

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England’s weekly winners and losers

With the club season winding down and the World Cup upon us who’s hot and who’s not? Winners Harry Kane It’s been a tough few weeks for Kane and this one started badly with a poor display at West Brom followed by a fresh air shot at Wembley. But a beautiful strike to bring up

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Holland 0-1 England: Lingard’s Dutch Delight

It’s fair to say an England friendly went well when the mood an hour after full-time was distinctly more positive than what we experienced in the build up. Pundits have lined up endlessly to point out this is the weakest England squad in living memory with Alan Smith even pointing out it felt like the

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The Cut Candidates

With less than a 100 days to the World Cup which England regulars should be looking over their shoulder? Joe Hart (75 Caps) He hasn’t played a Premier League game since November and West Ham are out of the cup, so where does that leave Hart with England? Jordan Pickford made an impressive England debut

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Malta 0-4 England 3 points and not much else.

These are the least fun internationals to watch, it’s literally a Premier a league club playing a full strength aside away to Crawley Town. Gareth Southgate sought to even the odds by selecting Joe Hart in goal. Southgate made the point that this doesn’t mean Hart is guaranteed to start going forward and 3 Premier

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