Three Chelsea Players Help The Three Lions To Three Wins In 3 Games
By Ahmez | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 255 views
The Three Lions won all three games during the just completed international break.England beat San Marino five goals to nil in their first fixture.They than played Albania and won 2-0.In the final fixture on Wednesday England won 2-1 against Poland,a very tough opponent.
In the first game,Mount and Reece James both assisted a goal each to help The Three Lions to the commanding win and sumptuous goal margin.
In the second game against Albania Mount scored the second goal yo seal the victory and keep England's winning streak and make them a force to reckon with in Europe.
In the final game England won 2-1 against an opponent who gave a very outstanding challenge and tested England's resilience.Mount was involved in 5 of England's 10 shots in the game.
He took 3 shots and created another 2 chances that makes him a first team favorite for Southgate's side.The trio are set to rejoin the rest of the team at Cobham ahead of their game against West Brom on Saturday
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