Publicado: Mar, Julio 03, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

It's all fun and games for England's Kane, Rashford and Lingard

It's all fun and games for England's Kane, Rashford and Lingard

However, Kane missed out in England's final group stage encounter against Belgium after manager Gareth Southgate chose to give him some valuable time off.

Southgate describes himself as the man who shattered a nation's dream.

As solid as Colombia have been in their last two matches, they haven't faced an attack of this calibre yet and I fancy England to exploit that.

Kane's confidence is "sky high" heading into Tuesday's game and the Tottenham striker says he expects to hit the back of the net in every game he plays.

Rashford said he would be willing to put his hand up, as did Dele Alli when he was asked on Saturday.

"Ten months ago we qualified and people were throwing paper aeroplanes on to the pitch at Wembley".

"We were driving back to our hotel after beating Malta with some obscene chants being thrown at us from supporters".

"I think it is very important, at times like this, that players who are family-orientated are supported by us".

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"I will be talking a lot with him between now and the game - and we will have a plan". "They are young. They are inexperienced. We aren't going to change for no one and no team". But maybe not the biggest.

Jesse Lingard opens up about the strong spirit within the England squad and how they've responded to Gareth Southgate's philosophy. You mustn't be inhibited.

"I think certainly the first two games they were excellent", he added.

"We understand it but that record is definitely not something that is on our minds".

Since Gerd Muller scored 10 goals at the 1974 World Cup for West Germany, five or six goals have usually been enough to claim the top scorer's award at the tournament - with a couple of notable exceptions, including Ronaldo's eight in 2002.

Gareth Southgate has urged his England squad to "write their own stories" as they prepare to face Colombia in the last 16 of the World Cup.

"In the World Cup I want to be part of a squad and team that can do something incredible for the country and hopefully go all the way and win it for the country". We're excited, we're enjoying the World Cup and we have just got to keep going now'. However, the team made up from players from a wealth of ethnic backgrounds has shown unity and tenacity on their way into the knockout stage and are perhaps slight favorites to reach the quarterfinals. It's not a step up to a level that we've not experienced before. But also, generally the better teams have won.

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