Grealish, Sancho, Chilwell, and Abraham rip at each other in a Gogglebox-style appraisal of England’s Three Lions victory.


Grealish, Sancho, Chilwell, and Abraham rip at each other in a Gogglebox-style appraisal of England’s Three Lions victory.

In a Gogglebox-style evaluation, England’s stars were evaluated and slammed following their 5-0 World Cup qualification thrashing of Andorra.

On England’s YouTube page, the Three Lions quintet of Jack Grealish, Ben Chilwell, Tammy Abraham, and Jadon Sancho made no holds barred.

With a Sancho assist, Chilwell scored his first goal for England.

“Look, I had an open goal Sanch!” said Roma striker Abraham, who was also clear on goal for Manchester United.

Sancho stated that his only concern at the time was assisting defender Chilwell in scoring his first goal.

Abraham, on the other hand, was not having it and responded, “[No] you weren’t thinking about it at the time!”

Sancho dribbled his way back into Abraham’s good books as the game progressed when he displayed incredible technique by nutmegging his way out of a roadblock of three Andorra players.

Abraham was so taken aback by his 21-year-old companion that he exclaimed: “You know those best-skills films you see on Instagram and YouTube? That’s all there is to it.” Grealish was also responsible for his first Three Lions goal, which he scored with some deft footwork.

In the 86th minute, the Manchester City star hooked onto keeper Sam Johnstone’s NFL-style throw, then mesmerized two Andorra players with his abilities before slamming the ball past their hapless goalkeeper into the net.

Grealish felt confident in his prediction because it was a scenario he had practiced before the game.

But, according to the 26-year-old winger, Abraham would not have been able to score if he had been given the ball in the same position.

“See Tammy, I think if you’re in this situation, you cut in here (points to screen), you attempt to go to the far side, and your shot is blocked,” Grealish said to Abraham as he watched his sublime finish.

Phil Foden, a City teammate who also had two assists on the night, was one of the players Grealish praised.

⚽ For the most up-to-date rumours, rumors, and completed transactions, visit our Football news live blog. “I don’t think he missed one whole night,” Grealish said of his passing to Chilwell. “No, he didn’t,” Chilwell, who felt the same way, replied. “Every time I made a rush, he found me.” Bukayo Saka and James Ward-Prowse both scored in the game, which was nearly called off last Friday due to a fire inside the stadium.


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