Ross Barkley believes there is room for improvement for England despite two wins at the start of their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with the Chelsea midfielder pointing to frightening performances from young talents as evidence of a bright future. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase the Football Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
The emphatic 5-1 victory in Montenegro ended up overshadowed by racist abuse England’s black players were subjected to by local supporters but Gareth Southgate’s side have made an impressive start to Group A. Southgate’s team are playing with freedom and incision and as well as scoring five goals in successive games for the first time since 1984 they have now scored three or more times in four of their last five matches.
While Raheem Sterling Harry Kane and the teenage wingers Jadon Sancho and Callum Hudson-Odoi have caught the eye Barkley has also made a significant impact and scored his first international goals since 2015 in Podgorica.
The Chelsea F.C player said it was my best performance for England. It’s just been about believing in me having confidence. My focus is to add something to the side and we performed really well.
“I have turned 25 come into my own and focused on improving at a day-to-day level. Hopefully I will continue to thrive but there is still room for improvement at club and international levels.”
England lost seven players from their original squad to injury, with the likes of Jesse Lingard already ruled out but took the opportunity to use Declan Rice as well as Hudson-Odoi for the first time in the qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro. Sancho and Ben Chilwell also made a positive impression across the two games.
You see how the young players have performed and how good they are added Barkley who cited improved diet and preparation as a reason for his upturn in form. All week they have been frightening in training and the future is bright.
Look at Declan I have seen a lot of West Ham’s games this season and he has been their standout man protecting the back four and moving things forward. He has come into the squad and the way he has shown what he can do it’s as if he has been with us for a couple of years.
“Our aim is to be the best in the world. You can see how much quality we’ve got in the squad plus we’ve got players who can come in. I’ve seen the under-21s the under-20 there’s no fear in them when they come up to the senior team. The team has come back from the World Cup and kicked on. We can all still improve we’re not in the game to accept where we are. We have to improve at club level and at the international level there is a lot of room for improvement but we’re on the right path.”
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