England’s plan for Euro 2020 is getting difficult by more injured of players

The England football player Trent Alexander-Arnold limped off as England defeated Austria 1-0 on Wednesday, just before two weeks from their Euro 2020 campaign gets underway against Croatia on June 13. The coach Gareth Southgate said that it was not a good sign to see Trent had to walk off as he did.  He also said that Trent Alexander-Arnold’s suspected thigh injury will be assessed over the upcoming 48 hours, but watching him limping off against Austria was not a happy sign.

Arnold pulled up in the final minutes on a 1-0’s win against Austria on Wednesday at the Riverside Stadium after clearing the ball and was then helped by the England medical staff while walking down the sideline to have treatment. His injury has raised doubts regarding his availability for England’s Euro 2020 campaign which is near in less than two weeks against Croatia at Wembley Stadium on June 13.

Gareth spoke to Sky Sports News that the team has got to see and obviously it wasn’t a good sign that he walked off that pitch in limping state and Arnold were in some discomfort. He further says that the team is so close to the finals that for any player, injuries put them in a tough situation. But the whole team will just have to figure it out over the next 48 hours.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Privacy & Cookies Policy