Marcus Rashford suffers injury ahead of England's World Cup opener

  • Marcus Rashford suffers injury ahead of England's World Cup opener

Marcus Rashford suffers injury ahead of England's World Cup opener

"I want to score in tournament football, it's something I want to change", he says.

Yaya Toure might not be playing at the World Cup and he may not even have a club team right now but the former Manchester City and Barcelona man is hardly being quiet. "We have a lot of attacking flair that can do some damage". "There are different ways to bridge that and the most important is the way you play, your performances and your results".

Rashford shone with a stunning opening goal in England's final warm-up friendly against Costa Rica last week, but England are hopeful he will be fit for their tournament opener against Tunisia on Monday with Southgate describing the injury as a "slight knock".

Donegan penned the song in 1965 as the official tune to go along with the Football Association's mascot for the tournament. We know everything else comes on the back of that. The Under-17s' World Cup win, in particular, came at a moment where the profile of our young players was really high.

"Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game".

"If a bit more time was taken, a bit more patience, I believe I should still be the England manager".

Kane, though, told the English daily newspapers this is not the case with the present group under Gareth Southgate - as many of them have played with each other at Under-21 level.

England are not among the pre-tournament favourites, and are priced by the bookies to finish second in Group G behind Belgium, but several members of the squad have been bullish about their prospects of winning the trophy.

It's a pretty decent team but we wouldn't suggest adding Casemiro to your fantasy team and anyway there's no way you're going to be able to afford that side.

"We know we are not the finished article, in fact we're a long way from, but I think people see signs of progress and enjoy watching us and the manner in which we try to play".