England have qualified for the Round of 16 of the 2022 World Cup when they face African champions Senegal on Sunday. Even before the tournament in Qatar, Gareth Southgate’s team had a poor performance without a win in the last six games in the Nations League.
Yet, after securing the group stages of the Arabic version of the World Cup, the West Ham star told the media that all countries should fear England.
“Other nations must look at our quality. And why don’t we deserve to be a scary team!” The Hammers team captain said on December 1
“If you look at the quality of our offensive game, we have world class players. We have players who have won many major trophies.
“It’s up to us to prove as France can, we don’t want to stay in the round of 16, we always want to go.”
The 23-year-old star added: “We have a great group of players who support each other. It should give the manager a headache when it comes to choosing who to play. We have world-class players who can be successful at the World Cup, you need that.”
“Right now, our encouragement is great. We have players who win titles year after year. It also depends on the manager how he talks to us, he is very quiet, he emphasizes that we are in England, we are as big as any team. and we can succeed When you have a manager like this Everything is possible.
“The most shocking thing for me was when we won against Germany. I remember everything in the dressing room that we could never lose.”
“You want that feeling because it gets you all the way.”