Jaden Sancho, who lost to Sterling, Foden, Grealish and Saka, “I wish there were more opportunities…”
[골닷컴] Reporter Man-seong Han = England second-line striker Jadon Sancho (21), who played only six minutes after the start of EURO 2020, showed confidence that he would show a high-level performance if he was given more opportunities.
England played in a 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1 formation in their three matches in the EURO 2020 group stage. Frontline striker and captain Harry Kane, left and right Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden formed the offensive line against Croatia and Scotland. Next, England placed Sterling and Bakayo Saka on the left and right in the final group match against the Czech Republic, who secured the top spot in Group D, and featured Jack Grealish as a central attacking midfielder.
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Meanwhile, Sancho, who scored 16 goals and 20 assists in 38 matches for Dortmund last season, kept the bench against Croatia and Scotland. After that, he appeared as a substitute for 84 minutes against the Czech Republic, only playing for 6 minutes.
“The Czech Republic was the first international competition I played as an England national team player,” said Sancho through the England national team’s official broadcaster ‘The Official England Podcast’. He expressed his strong will, “It was definitely a special moment. It will be a moment I will never forget. In the next match, I hope to have more time to play. If given me more opportunities, I will show my abilities to everyone.”
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Sancho continued, “Competition for a starting position in a team is beneficial to everyone.” “If there is no competition, there is no development. The competition in the England national team is very intense. It has to be difficult,” he explained.
Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate used Manchester United’s rookie striker Marcus Rashford (23), not Sancho, as the first substitute card in the second half of every match, rather than Sancho in the three group matches.