The strategist of the England team, Gareth Southgate, he already has his eleven players ready who will face the first day against a tough synodal in this European Championship. The rival on the doorstep of the English is the Croatian team this Sunday.
For this game, Gareth Southgate does not rest on his laurels and in the face of some possible casualties that occurred before starting the Eurocup, he has already defined his starting eleven who will defend the colors of England.
The English will start with Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Chilwell; Henderson, Rice, Mount; Foden, Kane and Rashford, while Croatia will jump onto the pitch with Livakovic; Vrsaljko, Lovren, Vida, Barisic; Brozovic, Kovacic; Rebic, Modric, Perisic; and Budimir.
The novelty in this starting eleven of England rules out high quality players who will have to wait to enter change, such is the case of Raheem Sterling who will not enter Southgate’s plans and will use it as revulsive up front for the second half.
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Southgate gave the confidence to the young forward, Marcus Rashford, who arrives at a very good moment in his career and in friendly matches he scored goals that convinced the manager to give him this opportunity.
The England team has never won the Euro. And they have not reached the semifinals since 1966. They will seek to break the drought in this edition.
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Harry Kane has 34 goals in 54 games for the England National Team. Closer and closer to Wayne Rooney’s all-time record (53). Called to become the top scorer of his national team.
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