Either a huge or small problem, Marcus Rashford is not only leaving Manchester United fans dumpfound but also in a dilemma as they proceed in their top four quest. Matters- #epl, where life of the 5th placed club on standings have been a real torment! Meanwhile, back to the English squad with some few debuts likely to happen, such a highly spirited team at home is not going to be relentless on scoring their opponents.
Furthermore, Harry Kane’s recent form after some strenuous injury will be a major boost. Wembley being his second home for a fair part of the season will be a familiar ground for this Euro qualifiers group A fixture. Having netted the opener in four of their last six outings, another strong start will be desired by England boss Gareth Southgate!
On the other part, Czech Republic have won their last three matches where they grabbed the match opener. Bulgaria and Montenegro held at a 1-1 draw earlier on are group A match opener teams, currently at position one.
Proving to be a difficult night for the Czech, they go one down courtesy of Raheem Sterling through a Jadon Sancho assist. What a night for the debutant too! The former Manchester City Player is causing havoc to their opponent’s defense. A slight blow as Eric Dier has been forced to leave the pitch earlier in the game after picking a knock. Ross Barkley has replaced him!
Over 2.5 goals was surely imminent in this match as Sterling grabs a double in a yet fantastic match and eccentric season. Currently group A leaders- the “three Lions” team, will be approaching Montenegro in a fixture next week motivated enough to maintain their lead.