The incredible reaction in Walkabout Sheffield after England's last-minute victor against Tunisia

The incredible reaction in Walkabout Sheffield after England's last-minute victor against Tunisia

The incredible reaction in Walkabout Sheffield after England's last-minute victor against Tunisia

Danny Welbeck has the best goal tally of any player in Southgate's squad, with 16 goals in 29 appearances, but the injury-jinxed Arsenal forward has only scored twice in five appearances under the current manager and his involvement in Russian Federation is likely to be as an impact substitute when, or if, England are chasing the game.

Should England progress, they will face either Poland, Colombia, Senegal or Japan in the Round of 16.

Another said: "Thought I saw a few tears in the England players eyes while singing the national anthem there, but it's just Harry Kane spitting everywhere".

Maguire, who plays his club football at Leicester City, was preferred to Gary Cahill as one of three centre-backs to start England's world cup opener in Volgograd.

"The 2016 Euro was disappointing for me personally and us as a team as well".

"I want to prove to myself that I can challenge Cristiano Ronaldo", he said. The challenge is there. You can't aim low.


England's first match at the 2018 World Cup has become the year's most watched TV moment.

"As a player, sometimes the less information the better", he said.

"We're one team over here and we know we've got quality all over the pitch".

"You want a major goalscorer, a striker that's going to take chances, but we've got that in abundance around the team with Vards, Welbs (Danny Welbeck) and the kid Rashford".

What happens next? Much will depend on their next two group game against Panama and Belgium, but if those games are won, we can expect wild euphoria to creep into the English mindset. And if we go through, we go through and we can look at challenges ahead.

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