Steven Gerrard criticizes Chelsea participant Mykhailo Mudryk following England’s victory over Ukraine.


Gareth Southgate’s staff received 2-0 at Wembley, making it two wins from two of their Euro 2024 qualifying marketing campaign.

After 37 minutes, Harry Kane scored from shut vary after latching onto Saka’s cross from the fitting facet.

Saka scored three minutes later, jinking previous Ukrainian defenders and curling a chic try into the highest nook.

Mudryk did not put sufficient stress on his opponent or get him onto his weaker foot, permitting Arsenal’s star to get his cross in for Kane’s aim comparatively unopposed.

Former Liverpool captain Gerrard thinks Ukraine supervisor Ruslan Rotan can be underwhelmed by the winger’s efforts.

‘From a Ukrainian perspective, it’s incredible play from England as they open up the sphere, however you’d be actually dissatisfied for those who had been Mudryk’s coach,’ Gerrard advised Channel 4.

‘With all due respect, he’s nonetheless studying the sport, however you already know that you might want to preserve Saka on his proper foot; you’ll be able to’t let him are available on that left foot as a result of it’s a wand and he makes it proper on the cash,’ says the coach.

Saka is having an unbelievable season, having contributed 13 objectives and 10 assists to Arsenal’s rise to the summit of the Premier League.

The Arsenal star, 21, and Jude Bellingham, 19, each shone at Wembley, and supervisor Gareth Southgate praised the duo after the sport.

‘The excellent side is the mentality,’ he stated. ‘Everybody can see the technical high quality, however these two lads are humble and desperate to study. They work extraordinarily arduous and are a pleasure to cope with.

‘It’s a high-level polish [from Saka]. That’s the ruthless side of his sport that he has launched within the final 18 months or so.

‘There have been moments while you weren’t positive he’d end, however he now has that confidence in entrance of aim.’



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