In the Sports Round up from Friday night, Chelsea midfielder and penalty taker Jorginho missed a penalty as his side drew 1:1 with Switzerland.His recent statistics with penalties is a bit worrying as he has now missed both in the premier league and country in quick succession.
There was even talk of a new penalty taker being appointed at Chelsea with Lukaku heavily tipped but this has not come to be.
Elsewhere in England, Chelsea right back Reece James provided an assist and also kept a cleansheet for England even as his side won 5:0.He was in an incredible form yesternight just continuing with his club form.
Under fire Man U captain Harry Maguire scored a header to give England the lead and also kept a cleansheet.He has been heavily criticised for shipping in a lot of goals at ManU.
Finally, Arsenal youngster Emile Smith Rowe got his much awaited debut for England even though he wasn't part of the goals or assists.Probably he will start the next.
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