Marcus Rashford And Other Footballers Who Would Play For England In Euro 2020/21 Tournament
By Football-Stats | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2548 views
In this article, you shall see some of the top footballers that would feature for England in Euro 2020/21 tournament. These players have improved significantly this season.
Players who would feature for England In Euro 2020/21 tournament includes Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood, Hudson Odoi, Declan Rice, Jack Grealish, James Madison, Nick pope, Harry Kane, Ben Chilwell, Mason Mount, Alexander Arnold, Raheem sterling, Phil Foden, Andres Gomes, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka. Most of these players feature for top European team like Manchester united, chelsea, Dortmund, Aston Villa, West Ham and Liverpool.
Marcus Rashford have been impressive this season, while Harry Kane is currently the player with the most assists in Premier league this season. Jadon Sancho have already scored eight goals in all competition this season. England have many attacking players whom they can rely on to score goals for them. Who is your favourite player? Drop your comments below.
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