The former England attacker David Beckham, who made 115 appearances for England and played at three World Cups has alleged a team that could take this world cup home after their heroic display in the world cup opener.
The English man sees no reason why Gareth Southgate's side can't end the hoodoo this year. He claims that the England who were beaten finalists at Euro 2020 are in a good shape currently and might be a big threat to World Cup contenders this year.
The three Lions squad mercilessly thrashed Iran 6-2 in the opener and the hungry talents in the squad might leave the title defenders surprised this time.
Speaking during the interview as reported by Manchester Evening news Beckham said: "The England team are in good shape," Beckham said. "We had a great start to the tournament and the lads are feeling good, they are looking good.
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