BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Barcelona center back Ronald Araujo has defended his decision to undergo thigh surgery on Wednesday at the likely expense of missing the World Cup. Araujo was injured on Uruguay duty against Iran last Friday. He returned to Barcelona and was diagnosed with a torn tendon in his right thigh. "Surgery was the best option,” he wrote on Twitter on Monday. The World Cup is in less than two months, and critics in Uruguay believe he is putting his club before his country. Araujo
England displayed the kind of resilience and ruthlessness their manager called for in the build-up in front of a sold-out Wembley crowd.
Goals from Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and a Kane penalty had put England 3-2 ahead before Kai Havertz’s second sealed the draw