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Let us know below. ” ” England have finished second in their World Cup group after losing 1-0 in their final Group G clash against Belgium. Adnan Januzaj‘s fantastic curling strike early in the second-half was all that separated the two sides in a generally underwhelming game at the Kaliningrad Stadium.
4 Januzaj cut inside before curling the ball into the goal The Three Lions will thus face Group H winners Colombia in the last 16 on Tuesday night while the Red Devils will take on Japan on Monday night. Earlier, England nearly went behind in the first-half when Jordan Pickford let the ball slip underneath him but Gary Cahill frantically cleared the ball away, while Trent Alexander-Arnold cleared Marouane Fellaini’s goalbound effort away from danger.
Marcus Rashford missed a glorious chance to earn England a draw on 66 minutes but the striker fluffed his lines when put clean through on goal in a game where both teams rested a number of key players.http://1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ STAR MAN 4 Dembele bossed the game at points Although this tournament has produced a lot of memorable football matches, this one will not be considered one of the classics.
However, Mousa Dembele brought a touch of class to proceedings and stifled England going forward on numerous occasions. MOMENT OF THE MATCH 4 Januzaj’s goal sealed all three points for Belgium It was a game that lacked real quality as both managers fielded second-string sides but Januzaj’s goal was a strike worthy of winning any football match.
The winger picked the ball on the right, sold Danny Rose the dummy before beautifully curling the ball beyond Pickford’s reach. Latest World Cup news DON’T MISS England vs Argentina: Exclusive coverage of Women’s World Cup clash, team news Diary dates When does the Women’s World Cup start?
Full fixture list, dates, kick-off times Stars on show England Women’s World Cup squad: Who Lionesses’ play for, age, caps and goals AULD ENEMIES Women’s World Cup 2019: Predicted Scotland team to face England in France Don’t miss England vs Scotland: Exclusive coverage of Women’s World Cup clash Game on France vs South Korea on talkSPORT: Commentary, free stream for World Cup opener Go for glory Who has won the Women’s World Cup? Who won it in 2015? Have England won it? tipped to star Women’s World Cup 2019: The ones to watch in France ahead of Friday’s start England: Pickford, Stones (Maguire 45), Cahill, Jones, Alexander-Arnold (Welbeck 79), Rose, Dier, Delph, Loftus-Cheek, Vardy, Rashford Subs not used: Walker, Lingard, Henderson, Kane, Alli, Sterling, Trippier, Butland, Young, Pope Belgium: Courtois, Dendoncker, Boyata, Vermaelen (Kompany 74), Chadli, Dembele, Fellaini, Tielemans, T. Hazard, Januzaj (Mertens 86), Batshuayi Subs not used: Mignolet, Casteels, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Witsel, Carrasco, Meunier, De Bruyne, E. Hazard, R. Lukaku GROUP G TABLE 4 talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. “