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Significant Lessons as England beat Ukraine in the EURO 2024 qualifiers

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The three Lions of England were impressive when they entertained Ukraine in the EURO 2024 qualifiers at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.

A first-half double from the three Lions sealed the win for Gareth Southgate’s men as Ukraine succumbed to the quality England displayed on the pitch.

Following England’s 2-0 triumph over Ukraine, reviews the possible lessons we’ve seen from the England/Ukraine contest.

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The England National side has maintained a 100% record in the qualifiers for the EURO 2024 with two wins in a row. They defeated Italy 1-2 away from home last week.

And now they have secured a 2-0 home win over Ukraine thanks to goals from Premier League star Harry Kane and Arsenal key player Bukayo Saka.

With the looking of things, there is no team in their group capable of stopping this England side led by former Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate as they showed a resounding performance on their way to victory on Sunday.

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The Arsenal young lad produce the magic that sent his English side and the supporting fans into ecstasy. He laid a cross into the box for Harry Kane’s opener to make it 1-0.

Before he turned around the edge of the box to unleash a left-footed drive that went into the left top corner for England’s second goal of the night.

What an individual goal as he scored to make it 2-0 thus capping up a wonderful individual performance against their opponents in Ukraine.

England Have Squad Depth

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Gareth Southgate would be pleased with his side’s performance amid the quality of players available for selection in his squad.

He’s spoilt for options roughly in every area of the pitch. And with Chelsea’s Raheem Sterling and Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho not available due to injury.

England still had the likes of Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish to feature in the qualifying games.

James Maddison was handed a rare start to allow Marcus Rashford to get a rest while Mason Mount was not really missed from England’s point of view following his recent injury worries.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago



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