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Garbutt starts in England U21s win

by | 21/06/2015  Comments (6)  jump

Luke Garbutt was included in the starting line-up for England U21s must-win game against Sweden, which ended 1-0 to the Three Lions after Jesse Lingard's strike.

The Everton fullback's corner was punched out by the Swedish 'keeper to the Manchester United forward and he converted the only goal of the game.

England needed a positive result after losing their opening match of the tournament in the Czech Republic 1-0 to Portugal and went into today's game bottom of Group B.

Sweden's 2-1 victory over Italy has exposed the Three Lions to the possibility of being eliminated with just two matches played if they lost but a win puts them back in contention with just the Italians to play on Wednesday.

 

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Steve Brown
1 Posted 21/06/2015 at 16:21:50
Interestingly the Echo article saying Garbutt will sign a new five year deal disappeared as a headline story on their internet site shortly after being posted.
Steve Brown
2 Posted 21/06/2015 at 16:27:06
And now itÂ’s back! A backtrack on the backtrack!!

Hope itÂ’s true.

James Stewart
3 Posted 21/06/2015 at 16:56:38
Sensible deal for all parties if true.
David Chait
4 Posted 21/06/2015 at 17:01:17
Important to have him signed up! Sorts out our LB position long term without the capex investment... Galloway clearly a future partner to Stones. So itÂ’s more important than ever to keep our kids!
Colin Glassar
5 Posted 21/06/2015 at 17:09:01
Let him go out on loan for a season. Alternate Baines and Oviedo at LB/LM and everyone will be happy.
Phil Smith
6 Posted 22/06/2015 at 00:06:15
Wasn't impressed with him today. Wasted many balls with his poor delivery. Defended well enough though.

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