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England ensured they are going to head into Euro 2020 on the again of two victories within the house of 4 days after narrowly pipping Romania 1-Zero of their last warm-up sport.
The one aim of the sport at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium got here within the 78th minute, when Marcus Rashford notched his 100th profession aim for membership and nation by efficiently changing a penalty gained by a flailing Jack Grealish moments beforehand.
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Gareth Southgate’s facet have been then handed the possibility to double their benefit simply 10 minutes later, as soon as once more from the spot, after Dominic Calvert-Lewin was toppled within the Romania penalty space.
Nevertheless, it was at this level that Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson muscled into the equation, wrestling the ball away from Everton striker Calvert-Lewin after deciding it to be an opportune second to open his personal worldwide goal-scoring account.
Sadly issues did not fairly go to plan as Henderson noticed his telegraphed effort parried by goalkeeper Florin Nita.
Jordan Henderson has his penalty saved 🧤 pic.twitter.com/xgFvlHd3k1
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Henderson, who got here on at half-time to make his first look at any stage since February, joked that he’d “missed greater penalties than that” when talking to reporters after the match.
“I am disenchanted [to miss] in fact. However I felt extra sorry for Dom,” he added. “Sadly I could not discover the aim however I am not too fussed. To be sincere, I am extra bothered about getting again on the market.”
Henderson did not see match to say the incident in a brief social media message after the sport. Nevertheless, it did not escape Southgate’s discover with the Three Lions coach chastising his skipper for usurping the penalty taking order with out permission.
“We anticipated Dominic to take it and I used to be anticipating ‘Hendo’ to go over to him and let him take it,” Southgate said. “We are going to pull rank subsequent time.”
Calvert-Lewin was additionally left ruing the state of affairs, with the striker admitting he could have been “extra ruthless” in future if he desires to achieve the subsequent stage as a senior worldwide.
The postmatch media fallout was altogether extra scathing. ITV Football analyst Roy Keane, who had already questioned Henderson’s inclusion in England’s Euro 2020 squad, remonstrated in opposition to the midfielder’s penalty fiasco.
🗣 “I’ve missed a number of penalties, don’t be concerned about that.”
Jordan Henderson’s response to lacking a penalty for England after taking the penalty over Dominic Calvert-Lewin pic.twitter.com/47hlgRL53I
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“[Calvert-Lewin] ought to have fought his nook there,” Keane mentioned. “He ought to have confirmed a little bit of maturity. It isn’t as if [Henderson] has scored a great deal of penalties or a great deal of targets. You are the striker, you have gained the penalty. It is about placing the ball at the back of the online. He [Henderson] should not have completed, it is not a great signal from him.”
All of it conjures reminiscences of some traditional penalty squabbles of yesteryear, a number of of which we have seen flare up between two teammates bickering over the identical spot-kick.
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Who can overlook the sight of supposed strike companions Edinson Cavani and Neymar going at each other over a penalty when Paris Saint-Germain confronted Lyon again in 2017?
The pair quarrelled over a number of set items in the course of the match, fuelling widespread rumours that a spiteful rift had opened between them.
The row rumbled on for a number of weeks, with PSG even having to publicly deny a newspaper report they’d provided Cavani a €1 million bonus to again down and let Neymar take over penalties.
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It takes a courageous man to rob Cristiano Ronaldo of his limelight however Xabi Alonso tried to do precisely that in a Actual Madrid sport in early 2010. With Actual already 5-2 up in opposition to Villarreal and mere minutes remaining, Alonso took the penalty from Ronaldo after pleading together with his teammate for the possibility to register his first aim of the season.
Completely seething, Ronaldo — who had already scored the opening aim of the sport — then opted to face on the very additional fringe of the world as Alonso scored earlier than refusing to have fun together with his teammates in any respect.
In unusual coincidence, Mario Balotelli as soon as fell foul of Jordan Henderson throughout his stint at Liverpool when the Italian striker commandeered a penalty throughout a Europa League round-of-32 tie in opposition to Besiktas in 2015.
Regardless of Henderson being the Reds’ nominated taker, Balotelli muscled in and promptly scored the one aim of the match — a lot to his teammate’s chagrin.
Tottenham duo Son Heung-Min and Erik Lamela shared an unbecoming moment when both players argued on the pitch after their side were awarded a penalty against Manchester City in 2016. In rather childish scenes, the teammates began attempting to pull the ball out of each other’s hands over the chance to put their side three goals ahead. Lamela eventually emerged victorious in the dispute, but promptly missed his spot-kick as the game finished 2-0 to Spurs.
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Frank Lampard has been concerned in not one, however two penalty-taking spats — the primary with Paolo Di Canio throughout his West Ham days and the second with Didier Drogba at Chelsea.
The younger Lampard incurred the wrath of Di Canio (and finally yielded) because the Italian snatched a penalty away from his junior teammate throughout a Premier League sport in opposition to Bradford Metropolis in 2000.
The midfielder was then on the alternative facet of the equation when he upset Drogba (who was chasing the Golden Boot on the time) by refusing to permit the Ivory Coast striker to take a penalty for Chelsea throughout a title-clincher in opposition to Wigan in 2010.
Lampard acquired his method, however Drogba was no less than ready declare the final chuckle (and the Golden Boot) as he went on to score a second-half hat trick in an 8-0 demolition of the Latics that wrapped up the title for the Blues.