While Sarri claims that Hudson-Odoi has a future at Chelsea and will not be leaving this summer but the manager's reassurances have not translated to game time this season.
"I thought I had to do something to give his family something to smile about", said Sterling after the match when asked about him. Not so on Friday night, as he tucked away a cool hat-trick in the 5-0 mauling.
Borussia Dortmund winger Sancho provided the opener and dazzled with some of his footwork at Wembley, where fellow Under-17 World-Cup victor Hudson-Odoi and newly-eligible Declan Rice came on for their debuts. But their departures have created openings for younger players, which Southgate says this new generation will readily seize.
The 20-year-old West Ham player, who recently committed his global future to England after having played some friendly matches for the Republic of Ireland, wrote what seems to be a pro-IRA message in 2015.
"You have seen him full of confidence out there".
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It is a targeted campaign to influence people to dehumanise and irrationally fear Muslims". "For wars, really", says her husband. Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan, who visited the Al Noor mosque, said the attack assailed human dignity.
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Grealish, 23, made the switch from Republic of Ireland to England in 2015 and represented the England Under-21s for whom he is no longer age-eligible. So I'm delighted for him to get the reaction that he did from the crowd.
"I always think of Sir Alex with Ryan and how he did that so well".
"But, equally, that's the same for Raheem, you see his focus to training, his preparation for those things, so for young players coming in it's an easy equation: if I do the things those two do, there's a good chance that I'll get the performances that they are putting in".
The Manchester City forward told ITV1: "Damary was a kid that I was trying to help and we thought that we found a donor".
"I think it could have gone better, my one v ones weren't sharp", he added.
After struggling for the remainder of the first half, England's persistence in attack paid off on the stroke of halftime after Sterling was brought down inside the box.