Not the be­hav­iour of an Eng­land cap­tain


The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - World Of Sport -

Danny Drinkwa­ter has to be in this Eng­land mid­field. He al­ways looks to play for­ward, can get up and down and he isn’t Jor­dan Hen­der­son. And as neat and tidy as Adam Lal­lana is, there is more chance of Ra­heem Ster­ling scor­ing and that sen­tence is why Lal­lana shouldn’t start.

@phi­lad­lam Wayne Rooney’s ‘fall’ to try and win a penalty and his late ar­gu­ment with the ref­eree were em­bar­rass­ing. It’s not the be­hav­iour I want from the Eng­land cap­tain.

John Lamin Same old rub­bish in a dif­fer­ent tour­na­ment from Eng­land. Over-hyped, over-rated and over-paid play­ers.

@pete dowse Ter­ri­ble. No spark. No magic. No play­ers who are ca­pa­ble of con­jur­ing any­thing spe­cial.

@LeighCur­tis_NP Eng­land’s tempo was too slow, and Rooney was too deep, Big Sam has got to make a big call on Rooney. @kevin­cook77 Eng­land’s dis­play was pre­dictable and pon­der­ous. What’s changed? Noth­ing! What’s likely to change? Noth­ing!

@TobyWoody Al­lardyce is clue­less and al­ready mak­ing ex­cuses for Rooney. When will we get some­one with balls to make the big calls?

@Jim­my_Dean666 Eng­land were not good, but a win is a win. Ra­heem Ster­ling looked bright at times, but end prod­uct still miss­ing as usual.

@josh­greeney98 Rooney wasn’t bad, Lal­lana was lucky, Stones is pro­gress­ing and Al­lardyce’s style of play needs im­prove­ment.


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