England train in Russia for the first time as Marcus Rashford sits out with knee injury
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 () England have trained at their World Cup base in Russia for the first time with Marcus Rashford sitting out. The striker is nursing a 'minor knee knock' he sustained in the final.
England’s footballers have observed a minute’s silence to mark the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, ahead of their training session in Russia today. Striker Marcus Rashford was again absent as the World Cup opener against Tunisia edges closer. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at...
England fans gathered on the streets of Doncaster in Yorkshire on June 18 to celebrate their team’s FIFA World Cup win against Tunisia. In this footage uploaded to Twitter by Cieron Murphy,.. Rumble -
ENGLAND stars were put through their paces in Russia for the first time this morning - after boss Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane received a few gifts. Daily Star - SportsAlso reported by •MailOnline •BBC Sport
England are calm and together at Russia 2018 according to Marcus Rashford – a contrast to the Manchester United youngster’s whirlwind first experience of... SoccerNews.com - SportsAlso reported by •MailOnline
Marcus Rashford believes the implementation of video assistant referees will be great for the game once the issues that threatened to derail England's World Cup opener are ironed out. The Three Lions.. PA - Press Association STUDIO -
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Dozens of England football fans paraded through Leeds singing Harry Kane’s name after England’s 2-1 win against Tunisia on Monday, June 18. Kane scored his second goal of the game.. Rumble -
England fans were sent into delirium on June 18, as striker Harry Kane grabbed an injury-time winner against Tunisia in England’s opening game of World Cup 2018. However, one fan celebrating.. Rumble -
BBC News sports correspondent Sarah Rainsford was in Russia for the England-Tunisia match. England ended up winning after it looked like it would be a tie. That is until England's captain Harry Kane.. CBSN -