KXIP vs KKR Live Score

Henderson's own yellow card in the sixth minute rules him out of Monday's trip to Seville, where England will face another top-level midfield.

It was a surreal and odd experience watching the Three Lions with atmosphere replaced by silence and the World Cup semi-final rematch suffered as a result. "We dictated the flow of the game for a long period and the second half performance was excellent, pushing right to the end". We have to get back to our top form. We're disappointed not to have won but I have to focus on the way we played.

"Harry, we know, is a player who connects the game really well, and who can receive under pressure", Southgate said.

Dejan Lovren was booked for a clumsy tackle on Sterling as the first half petered out, but a much brighter start to the second half nearly brought a goal for either side.

Kane headed a Henderson free kick against the bar before Manchester United forward Rashford served up a pair of astonishing misses in the space of two minutes.

Jadon Sancho, 18, and Mason Mount, 19, who made moves to get more first team football, and James Maddison, who jumped to the Premier League, are all rewarded with a first call-up.

It certainly promises to be a fascinating encounter as Spain look to maintain their strong start to the UEFA Nations League against England. Ross Barkley largely failed to take his chance to impress in the Chelsea midfielder's first worldwide appearance for two-and-a-half years.

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Enrique is wary of England's set-piece strength, adding: 'We must be vigilant and ensure that we generate the least possible occasions (for set-pieces)'.

On moving to a back four: "We wanted to keep continuity in September but we felt this system was the best way to go".

"I like the way he expresses himself, and the way he believes football should be played".

"You want to be winning those games, and that's the next thing for us to do. I don't think my game has dipped".

Before kickoff, the thud of the ball was audible as players warmed up before the national anthems of both teams were met by just a ripple of applause from the dignitaries. Indeed, the only real noise came from those fans high on the hillside, who were rewarded by an acknowledgement from Pickford when they chanted "Jordan, give us a wave!" in the closing stages.

The home side got the match under way and tried to get the ball forward immediately, but England got it clear. We appreciate the support even when no fans are allowed in the stadium.

"We want to take the next level, beating teams like that".