Published: Mon, July 02, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

England would find Sweden tough at World Cup -Eriksson

England would find Sweden tough at World Cup -Eriksson

England play Colombia in their World Cup last-16 match on Tuesday, in what is one of the biggest games in the country's recent history.

Nonetheless, the 70-year-old Eriksson, who took England to World Cup quarterfinals in 2002 and 2006, believes his former side will outscore Colombia in Moscow on Tuesday, particularly if they play Marcus Rashford instead of Raheem Sterling alongside five-goal Harry Kane up front.

Kane, after a brace to be the hero of the hour in England's opening narrow win over Tunisia, and a fortunate hat trick of two penalties and a heel-kick against petulant Panama, is now only one behind Lineker's winning tally of 32 years ago.

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In Russia, he is competing alongside remaining players within the tournament, Belgium's Romelu Lukaku now standing on four, and, just behind, Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani, and Artem Dzyuba and Denis Cheryshev of the host nation with three.

"I think he [Sanchez] is a great player, I don't think any player is flawless, we know things, we know how he plays and he has a lot of strengths".

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"On the pitch you learn about them as well to get a rough idea of how they play - what are their qualities, what are their weaknesses".

However, for the Tottenham star lifting the World Cup is more important than individual honours. If you want to be the best team in the world you've got to beat the best teams.

"As a group of lads, it is a young squad but we still have those experienced players in there and the team spirit is wonderful at the moment. That's always been the target". I was over the moon when selected and I've been working as hard as I can to help the team. "And that's all I can do".

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