Loftus-Cheek eyeing World Cup

Kristopher Nichols
November 12, 2017

Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek, now on loan at Crystal Palace, was one of five players to make his debut against the world's top-ranked side and produced a man-of-the match display.

The 21-year-old's calm display, especially when he dropped deep into midfield, won him praise from a variety of experts.

Loftus-Cheek will play in behind a front pairing of Jamie Vardy and Abraham, who is set to win his first cap after impressing while on loan at Swansea this season.

The 21-year-old became the first Palace player to start for the Three Lions at Wembley since Geoff Thomas in February 1992.

The England manager also chose not to include experienced players in the squad such as Daniel Sturridge, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jack Wilshere, and will have to pick an experimental side against the world champions.

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"I think we did well". He's got so many good attributes, top attributes, and that's why we put him into the team. "But I'm really happy, it was a tough game against a good Germany side and it was a very tactical game".

"I'm really not surprised because of what I saw before those boys came in and what I've seen in training".

Ruben Loftus-Cheek will make his worldwide debut in midfield, while Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is also in line to win his first cap for England against the world champions. I certainly learned a lot. I'll find out whose played well tonight, who warrants the decision.

"We'll see whether Phil [Jones] stays with us, definitely Angus [Gunn] following the injury to Jack [Butland]", Southgate confirmed when asked which players could be promoted for Tuesday's clash with Brazil.

According to Henry Winter of The Times, Arsenal legend and former England global Ian Wright came into the dressing room before the game and handed the debutants their shirts, at Southgate's request.

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