England midfielder Hungary dominates England Edge close to Qatar


Calvin Phillips made another impressive showing in Hungary’s 4-0 victory over England’s midfield last night.

In the second half, the trio of Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, and Declan Rice were defeated by more racist behavior from Bulgarian supporters as the Three Lions revolted.

But the 25-year-old Leeds man has shown where he left off after the impressive Euro 2020 tournament and is once again selected as the England Player of the Year.

‘The Yorkshire Pirlo’ helped to double England’s lead throughout Mount Mays.

Of the 16 caps Philips has won for England, the team has retained 11 clean sheets. He and Declan Rice have provided plenty of defense, having been unlocked only four times while on the field, and only one from open play.

In Budapest, Phillips stood in front of the crowd and the opposition, in a final show of strength and willingness to win. He won six of his seven tackles and completed 91% of his passes. His performance was summed up at the hour mark to win the ball into the Hungarian half and leave Roland Sallai in a heap.

Phillips will no doubt be one of the breathtaking players in the next game against Andorra. The final of this international break is a win at Wembley against Pombland. The hardened crowd knows that two victories will send the team to another major tournament in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup, which is the perfect week for Gareth Southgate, who celebrates his birthday today.



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