Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Pickford has made 'rare saves' in England run - Campos

Pickford has made 'rare saves' in England run - Campos

But Henderson is confident the issue will not prevent him from lining up in Gareth Southgate's starting XI in Moscow.

England advanced to the semifinal with a 2-0 victory over Sweden on Saturday while Croatia overcame Russian Federation in a penalty shootout. However, Henderson has claimed that he was just suffering with a tight hamstring which should cleared up before the Three Lions face Croatia.

"But it doesn't feel too bad, so hopefully it'll be fine".

Henderson is somewhat of a good luck charm of England.

The Liverpool FC midfielder is now on duty with his national team in Russian Federation as he bids to try and help the Three Lions win the World Cup for the first time since 1966.

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Now the 32-year-old South African moves on to a semifinal against No. 9 John Isner of the US or No. 13 Milos Raonic of Canada. "Beating Roger Federer at Wimbledon is definitely one I'm going to remember". "I kept telling myself to keep believing".

Henderson is among those to have quietened the doubters this summer, with the Liverpool captain shining in a side that is now preparing to line up at the Luzhniki Stadium.

"We'll just have to assess people as we go", Southgate added.

'It's a special feeling to know that people back home and out here in Russian Federation are enjoying the experience just as much as we are, ' the midfielder said. "They've got a lot of players from different areas, we are looking to stop them tomorrow night".

From his penalty save against Colombia to denying Mandzukic with a superb save tonight, Pickford has starred, and Everton will be delighted with his performances - as long as no other teams come calling for his signature.

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