England train after a good start for the World Cup
England continue their 2022 World Cup campaign in Qatar on Friday with the unclear involvement of Harry Kane.
The Three Lions striker is awaiting X-ray results after suffering an ankle injury in a 6-2 win over Iran on Monday, and Kane’s involvement against the United States on Friday is unclear.
England manager Gareth Southgate, at a press conference in the immediate aftermath of the Iran game, downplayed concerns about his fitness. “I think Harry is fine,” said the manager of the 2018 Golden Boot winner. “I mean, obviously it looked like a bad tack but he kept playing and we really took him off because we felt like this was the moment we could take it off.” to do”.
On another busy day in Qatar, rivals Croatia, Germany, Spain and Belgium are in action. While Saudi Arabia’s shock victory over Argentina continues to make waves around the world.
Follow today’s World Cup live news below:
John Herdman Interview: Meet the Englishman Who Helped Canada Achieve Big Dreams at the World Cup in Qatar
It’s the summer of 1986 and emotions are building in two very different parts of the globe.
In Canada, the country prepares for its first ever World Cup finals under the guidance of English manager Tony Waiters, who narrowly missed being selected for his country’s 1966 World Cup squad.
There is similar anticipation in the North East as the budding 10-year-old footballer is busy finishing his 1986 Panini World Cup sticker album.
Jack RathbornNovember 23, 2022 10:48
England await scan results after Harry Kane’s ankle problem
England captain Harry Kane will undergo a scan of his right ankle to determine if he was injured during the World Cup opener against Iran.
Kane remained prone after a tough challenge in Monday’s Group B match, and the striker’s foot appeared to twist awkwardly.
Jack RathbornNovember 23, 2022 10:47