Manchester United Stars left there club woes behind them to try a different atmosphere in national team colours. But to some it didn't go down well especially with France confirming injury to Pogba.
Has since been returned to Carrington for recovery. Next was Scott who picked up a throat virus and was taken back as well. Meanwhile it was a different story as England took on Albania in a world Cup qualifier at Wembley Stadium.
United Captain had a good evening as he opened the scoring to the home side with a bullet header. Which left the keeper with no absolute chance. An outing in which as well saw Spurs ace Harry Kane score a hat-trick.
But it was Harry Maguire's goal celebrations which at some point angered the pundits and former players. As per Sunsport, Roy Keane, "Puts his hands to his ears like he shutting the critics up.
But I think that's embarrassing. He thinks if he scores there. He's going to shut his critics up. Embarrassing." Said on ITV. While his colleague Ian Wright, "He's got a lot of football to play, so don't give them the opportunity to say.
Right we got to him, 'just play your game, Harry" on the same Jermain Defoe, "It gives people an opportunity to wait for that bad performance again and have a go at him." Concluded former Spurs star.
The former Leicester City defender had been critised recently over his poor performances. Especially from the defeat to his previous club as well as a shambolic defending against Liverpool and Manchester City.
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