Loftus-Cheek picks up injury in England game

Loftus-Cheek picks up injury in England game

Loftus-Cheek picks up injury in England game

And last season, under Antonio Conte, he made just 11 first-team appearances, mostly from the bench.

Crystal Palace midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek was awarded the Man of the Match award on his England debut on Friday night.

From the opening whistle, the 21-year-old looked composed and assured, and he is always looking to make things happen. "Yes, I imagine they probably saw the threat", he said after the Germany draw.

The England midfield has often been accused of lacking the creativity to unlock the opposition but with fitness concerns over Jack Wilshere and his failure to secure a regular place in the Arsenal team, Southgate could have finally found the answer to that problem.

But Southgate will be wary of expecting too much, too soon from his young stars and may choose not to use his latest recruits against a Brazil side he was quick to praise.

"They don't have a game and for them to be involved with a game against Brazil will be a brilliant experience for them".

"They've annihilated everyone in the South American qualification which is the hardest way to the finals, so it will be a big test".

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"He's obviously taken a lot from the game".

Southgate says the emergence of youth is creating "opportunities" rather selection headaches although he accepts opposition does not come any tougher than Brazil.

"It's incredible - he's had so few 90-minute appearances in the league and we put him in but he did well and we believe in him".

Joe Hart will start reclaim the goalkeeper's jersey at the expense of Jordan Pickford while Eric Dier continues as captain.

It was an admirable understatement: By his 22nd birthday Raheem Sterling had started more than 100 Premier League games across two elite clubs, nearly won a title with Liverpool and earned a £49 million transfer to Man City; Wayne Rooney had carried England at a major tournament and scored 59 Premier League goals.

"John's always been supportive of me and he's still a great player", he said. More, importantly it shows that the English Premier League have plenty of good players waiting in the ranks for their chance. Is he worth 200 million pounds ($262 million)?

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