England vs Czech Republic Match Report

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England vs Czech Republic : More importantly, this is the night Gareth Southgate needs his offensive talent to express himself. A safe climb to the top 16 in the 2020 European Cup has been guaranteed, but if England can show something exciting to inspire the feeling that they can qualify for the team, this quality is fully in season 00 last Friday No draw with Scotland? Many thanks to Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka, who entered the starting lineup for the first time in this final, they did so in a pleasant first half when England asked the Czech Republic about their career and interaction. Glalish scored the only goal of the night and scored for Raheem Sterling in the 12th minute.

Aston Villa players helped, the ball always available ignited the collective belief. At the same time, Saka brings a sense of speed and security to the right wing, and its ability to break through the seams of space is a striking feature. Then, in the second half, England closed. In some ways, this is a return to type, but defensive endurance shouldn’t be a dirty word, and it’s encouraging to see the Czechs hold back. Harry Maguire made a strong return to central defender after an ankle injury, his pass behind was another point in his favor and the England team failed to concede a goal for the third time in three games. More generally, these are eight of the last nine games.

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Except for a period of about half an hour, when the Czechs pushed and had a chance, England felt comfortable and the result meant they advanced to the top 16 as D champions. One aspect of the award is positive: They stayed at Wembley and received local support, even if the atmosphere in the stadium with insufficient capacity is not as vibrant as it should be. The other is more doubtful. They will face the runners-up of the so-called death group, namely France, Germany, Portugal and even Hungary. It will be difficult, perhaps more difficult than the meeting with the second team in Group F, although it may be Spain, if they draw here and get second, they will wait for them. But England cannot participate in the game. They must support each other to compete with the best, because there is no way to bypass it in the tournament. The most important thing is to win and move forward with confidence, especially after their game against Scotland last Friday.


Jordan Pickford (GK) The goalkeeper was alert to deny Holes. Did well to punch a cross to safety. 7

Kyle Walker (RB) Offered experience and recovery speed after returning to the side. Should start in last 16. 7

John Stones (CB) Enjoyed being reunited with Maguire. However he looked weary when he went off late on. 7

Harry Maguire (CB) Solid on his return from injury and comfortable bringing the ball out from the back. 8

Luke Shaw (LB) Far more willing to support the attack. Released Sterling early on and dominated his flank. 7

Declan Rice (CM) His positioning was fine but his passing can be far more decisive. Replaced at half-time. 6

Kalvin Phillips (CM) Offered discipline but needs to be more progressive in possession. England can become worryingly passive. 6

Bukayo Saka (RW) Instigated the move for the goal with an exciting dribble. Gave England unpredictability and invention. 8 (MOTM)

Jack Grealish (AM) Created Sterling’s goal with a lovely cross and troubled Coufal. Must press defenders harder, though. 8

Raheem Sterling (LW): Hit the post before heading in an early winner. Dangerous movement and hungry for goals. 8

Harry Kane (CF) The captain looked more mobile. Led the line and was unlucky not to score twice. 7


Jordan Henderson (for Rice, h-t) Continued his comeback by getting more valuable miles on the clock. Had a late goal disallowed. 6

Marcus Rashford (for Sterling, 67) The forward still seems to be building his sharpness. He was quiet after coming on. 6

Jude Bellingham (for Grealish, 68) The teenager offers maturity beyond his years. Surged forward and stepped in to win possession. 6

Tyrone Mings (for Stones, 79) 6

Jadon Sancho (for Saka, 84) 6

Czech Republic

Tomas Vaclik (GK) Made three smart saves in the first half. Unable to do anything about Sterling’s goal. 7

Vladimir Coufal (RB) The West Ham full-back had his hands full with Grealish and Sterling. Needed more protection. 5

Ondrej Celustka (CB) The defender was bullied by Kane and looked susceptible to pace. Opponents will target him. 5

Tomas Kalas (CB) The former Chelsea centre-back was overwhelmed by England’s early effervescence. Improved as game wore on. 6

Jan Boril (LB) Terrified of Saka’s pace and trickery. Reduced to hacking at him in the second half. 5

Tomas Soucek (CM) Began to maraud as the game progressed. Close to an equaliser and offered more control. 6

Tomas Holes (CM) The midfielder tested Pickford with a firm drive from long range. Played some nice passes. 6

Jakub Jankto (RW) Winger made little impact. Had a hand in Soucek’s chance but went off at half-time. 5

Vladimir Darida (AM) The midfielder was ineffective. Struggled to trouble England before being replaced in the second half. 5

Lukas Masopust (LW) Another who rarely looked capable of prising apart England’s defence. Substituted in the second half. 5

Patrik Schick (CF) The tall striker needed better service. Not enough crosses were aimed in his direction. Substituted. 6



Petr Sevcik (for Jankto, h-t) Came on at half-time but did nothing to change the game. Shaw had him in his pocket. 5

Alex Kral (for Darida, 64) Tried to take the game to England. Made some encouraging runs into the final third. 6

Adam Hlozek (for Masopust, 64) 6

Tomas Pekhart (for Schick, 75) 6

Matej Vydra (for Holes, 84) 6

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