‘Lingard’ to miss the Euros but wants to fight for the World Cup

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England midfielder Jesse Lingard He admits that he was disappointed not to play at Euro 2020 but is now trying to target the 2022 World Cup. The

28-year-old picked up form when he joined West Ham United on loan at the end of the season. before And being called up to the first “roaring lions” army, but the last one was eliminated

, Lingard returned to the squad for the national team game last month and scored twice during the 4-0 thrashing of Andorra. World Cup qualifiers at Wembley,

when asked what the impact of being dropped from Euro 2020, Lingard replied: “Yes, it gives you the appetite and motivation to play in tournaments and games. Bigger than ever.”

“It’s always difficult. Considering where I was at the time not playing much Not in the England national team But being called up to the 33-man team shows that you can do it with hard work and faith.”

“I’m disappointed that I dropped out of the team. But I still support my friends all the time. They had a good chance after qualifying for the finals. But we have to move on quickly and prepare for the new season.”

“I have been with England for many years. I have seen camp changes over the years. But at the moment I think the camp I’m at is one of the best.”

“Harmony and team spirit. Gareth created them correctly. We play games with absolute confidence. We will try to get through the qualifiers.”