Published: Sat, June 23, 2018
Sport | By Floyd Cook

England's Dele Alli 'unlikely' to face Panama

England's Dele Alli 'unlikely' to face Panama

A piece of paper held by assistant manager Steve Holland seemed to suggest England's line-up for Sunday's World Cup Group G game against Panama.

Both of Harry Kane's goals in the 2-1 win over Tunisia in their opening match came from corners, a part of the game that central defender Stones says the team had focused on in training.

The coach was treated in a nearby hospital and admitted afterwards that he will have to control his behaviour during his side's coming games.

"It is better this is me than one of the players", he added.

Gareth Southgate was captured on camera leaping high into the air when Harry Kane scored England's victor against Tunisia.

"I think there could have been a couple of penalties for us, especially when you look at their one", said Kane.

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Tall and powerful, he is an elegant presence on the ball and showed great self-confidence in possession plus a willingness to try the unorthodox that enabled England to gather late momentum building to Harry Kane's victor. Stones says they won't change that approach due to their opponents. But the England manager was not happy with the press who snapped the photo.

Two of the insects raced along 36 metres of rope carrying Panama and England flags respectively, with the red and white of St George making it back to the queen fastest.

"For someone to do that and try to help me as a young player, it says a lot about the person".

"We had a bit of banter with him about, and that was it", Walker said.

"Obviously any time, if we were to give the opposition the opportunity of having our team it's a disadvantage to us".

Ronaldo has regularly been linked with a move back to Manchester United from Real Madrid, but it remains to be seen whether such talk is anything more than pure speculation.

"The credit goes to the manager and the players we have got because a lot of the players at their clubs never change their style of play in hard situations, they keep working at it and grind down teams", he added.

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