England boss Gareth Southgate hints Jordan Pickford to start in Russian Federation

Kristopher Nichols
June 4, 2018

Kane netted what proved to be a decisive second goal as England defeated Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley.

When asked which department the team needed improvement, the Tiajin Teda playmaker said they need to play as more as a unit. In the first half when we had chances, we can't lose our confidence because a team changed their formation'.

"The first lesson is we are not ready yet".

Unfortunately the moment that will likely generate the most headlines from this match will be Raheem Sterling's second half simulation.

'But after that we dealt with it well.

'The front four, some of the movement and interplay, we looked a threat with plenty of pace.

"What that did mean is that there was a little lift in the game that we had to cope with and manage, and that was a decent exercise for us to adjust to that".

"Dele [Alli] and Jesse [Lingard] made unselfish runs".

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The centre-back forced his way back into the Chelsea side and ended the season captaining the team to FA Cup glory over Manchester United at Wembley.

England made a sharp start to the match, but their first opening arrived in controversial fashion when the referee refused to stop play after two Nigerian players had clashed heads, instead awarding England a free kick in a good position seconds later.

The England camp may be in high spirits after their narrow victory.

Both players did not feature in the 2-1 defeat to England in a friendly affair in London on Saturday, meaning Rohr had chose to chop them from the squad before the encounter.

After facing Nigeria, England go up against Costa Rica at Elland Road on Thursday - their final official warm up match before travelling to Russian Federation.

"We don't want to do that".

Southgate's side kick off their World Cup campaign on June 18th against Tunisia before facing Panama and Belgium in Group G.

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