Just when the England national team needed someone to make things right during their round of sixteen clash with heavyweights Germany, Aston Villa's Jack Grealish showed up and did it again.Grealish started on the bench but after a scoreless half he was brought in, in the 70th minute.With only 20 minutes on the pitch,he brought the zeal and energy the team needed bringing them to life once again.He provided an assist to Manchester City's Raheem Sterling and Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane who scored the winner.This comes after he provide an assist to Sterling again in their final group game.Jack Grealish has proved to be just what the England team need to win this European championship tournament.He is being targeted as a potential signing by premier league champions Manchester City,who are willing to pay 100 million Euros.Manchester City fans are already dreaming of a link up between him,Sterling and another potential signing Kane.
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