Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Loftus-Cheek eyeing World Cup

Loftus-Cheek eyeing World Cup

Everton goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford, and Crystal Palace's loanee midfielder, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, particularly impressed in an England side that handed caps to no less than five debutants during the 90 minutes.

However, Loftus-Cheek has indicated that he is keen to keep his feet on the ground given his lack of experience on the domestic scene.

"I think we have to be fearless and put some of these boys in because we think they're capable". "It was a really tactical game".

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The Chelsea player, now on loan at fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace continued: "It could have been better, if we had won it would have been better". Gareth said to do my best like I normally do. I had Gareth in charge for almost three years at the Under-21s and the boys have been great.

"I'm really not surprised because of what I saw before those boys came in and what I've seen in training".

England will face a similarly stiff test when they host Brazil on Tuesday while Germany take on France as the teams start preparing for the World Cup finals in Russian Federation next year.

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Loftus-Cheek was granted a season-long loan with Palace and has since been rewarded, having earned a call-up to the England squad after featuring in seven of the Eagles' 11 Premier League games this term.

"I certainly learnt a lot in this game so it (was) a good night".

Loftus-Cheek has made just 20 starts on the domestic scene since being handed his professional debut in December 2014.

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