Sunday, 17 December, 2017

Harry Kane should be permanent England captain, says Tim Sherwood

Hart celebrates during the 2-1 win over Slovakia which saw England come from a goal down Hart celebrates during the 2-1 win over Slovakia which saw England come from a goal down
Jeanne Townsend | 07 October, 2017, 00:32

Following Denmark's 1-0 win in Montenegro, Poland leads by three points over Denmark, and it needs a point from the last-round match on Sunday against Montenegro in Warsaw to automatically qualify as the group victor.

True to form, England produced one of the most disappointing displays seen for some time on Thursday night at Wembley.

11 managers have led England at World Cups, most recently Roy Hodgson in Brazil four years ago, meaning the current incumbent Gareth Southgate is set to become Number 12 when he takes charge of The Three Lions in Russian Federation next summer. "We have to give them the belief and the backing to go and achieve".

England's Raheem Sterling (in white) battles for the ball with Slovenia's Bojan Jokic during the Group F qualifier at Wembley Stadium.

"We should enjoy tonight, it's no easy thing getting to a World Cup".

England conclude their qualifying campaign away to Lithuania on Sunday and with their place at the World Cup already secure, Southgate may opt to experiment.

"They are giving everything they've got".

More news: ACLU, Women's Groups File, Threaten Lawsuits Over Trump Birth Control Ruling
More news: TransCanada Terminates Energy East Pipeline Project
More news: Secretary of State Tillerson: 'I have never considered leaving'

Chelsea legend John Terry has hailed Harry Kane as "one of the best I've ever faced" after the striker's matchwinning strike for England on Thursday.

They were indebted to a late double save from Hart to deny substitute Tim Matavz and then Andraz Struna, before a poor throw from Oblak was seized upon by Kyle Walker and his low centre was poked home by Kane in the 94th minute.

"We've qualified with a game to go".

"If it was my decision I would give it to him (Kane)", Sherwood said on The Debate. Correct Score markets are looking like the best choice and a solid 3-0 win for the home team could be very possible.

Gareth Southgate took off Oxlade-Chamberlain for Jesse Lingard in the second half and the Three Lions did pick up in the final stages of the game.

Croatia host fifth-placed Finland, while Iceland, who made their major tournament debut at Euro 2016, visit Turkey as Ukraine travel to bottom side Kosovo.

Recommended

NRA, White House support review of 'bump stock' regulations NRA, White House support review of 'bump stock' regulations The ATF said in 2010 that it did not believe bump stocks to be regulated under existing gun laws because it is a firearm part. The shots come in quick succession, like a jackhammer, followed by a few seconds when the gunman presumably was reloading.

Las Vegas shooter Paddock booked room near Lollapalooza Las Vegas shooter Paddock booked room near Lollapalooza Lollapalooza was held from August 3 to 6 this year, and Paddock's two rooms were booked from August 1 to 6 and from August 3 to 6. Lollapalooza and the management company of The Blackstone hotel did not respond to requests for comment.

Nadal set for Isner test Nadal set for Isner test The French and USA open champion has won five titles this season and is closing in on the year-end No.1 ranking. Earlier, top-ranked Rafael Nadal joined Kyrgios in the semis, beating sixth-seeded John Isner 6-4 7-6 (7-0).

Vehicle 'infotainment' systems may increase distracted driving, AAA says Vehicle 'infotainment' systems may increase distracted driving, AAA says Previous AAA research indicates one in three US adults use infotainment systems while driving . A auto going 25 miles per hour can travel the length of four football fields in that time.

Pakistan says influence with Afghan Taliban has diminished Pakistan says influence with Afghan Taliban has diminished Earlier in a statement, he said effective border management with Afghanistan was imperative to curb infiltration of terrorists. That surely will test the diplomatic skills of our diplomatic Corps and the will and commitment of our security forces.