England beat Senegal in the top eight

England blew away Senegal in the second round match of the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup. Won by a big margin of 3-0 goals. Gareth Southgate’s disciples confirmed the quarter as the fourth team. Henderson, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka scored one goal each in the match.

England football team did not care about Senegal in possession and attack in the match held at Al Bayat Stadium. English footballers keep the ball to themselves for 62 percent of the entire match. And the opponent took a total of four shots along the goal bar. There were three goals scored.

On the other hand, Senegal managed to keep the ball in their control for only 38 percent of the entire match. In addition to being behind in possession of the ball, the African team did not have an edge in attack. Senegal managed to take only one shot on goal in the entire match. But did not see the goal.

Despite playing attacking football from the beginning of the match, the English had to wait until the 38th minute for the first goal. Liverpool captain Henderson gave the team a 1-0 lead by scoring from Bellingham’s extended ball from a great counter attack. England got one more goal before the break. Phil Foden’s great cross got captain Harry Kane on the scoresheet for the team. The first half ended with a 2-0 goal difference.

Trailing by two goals, Senegal tried hard to get back into the match. But could not see the goal. On the contrary, the African team scored another goal in the 57th minute. At this time English striker Bukayo Saka scored a pass given by Phil Foden. After that, if there were no more goals in the whole match, England left the field with a 3-0 goal margin.

England XI: Formation (4-2-3-1)

Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Kyle Walker, Henderson, Declan Rice, Jude Bellingham, Harry Kane, Foden, Bukayo Xhaka.

Senegal XI: (Formation: 4-2-3-1)

Eduardo Mendy, Abdou Diallo, Kalidou Koulibaly, Ismail Jacobs, Youssef Sabali, Mendy, Diatta, Pathe Sis, Boulaye Dia, Ismail Sar, Iliman Ndiaye.

(Dhakatimes/05 Dec/MM)


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