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What would happen if England actually won the World Cup? – BBC Sport

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BBC Sport imagines what would happen if England actually went all the way and won the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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Date: May 13, 2020

48 thoughts on “What would happen if England actually won the World Cup? – BBC Sport

  1. It's so ironic how everyone in England hates Liverpool because they say every year that "this year's our year" but england do the exact same at every world cup tournament.

  2. I'm Proud to Be Italian 4 world cups 3 euro victories and 1 Olympics England only celebrates 1 world cup victory and the 3 Olympics Britain Won is split between all the UK countries 😂😂😂😂😂

  3. Dreaming costs nothing, but I am afraid that England is not made major tournaments, like Germany, France, Spain and Italy……. It is true that Italy didn't qualified for Russia 2018, but I have seen my national team playing many many finals between world cup and euro cup,Germany is always there, and so is Spain and France.
    Try with cricket, you are almost unbeatable in that sport!!!

  4. Why is it thaT they choke at that crucial juncture?I'm such a huge fan but after a few cups I stopped watching because the sad inevitable was always on the wall. 😕Every single time. Against West Germany in 90,Then Argentina in 98, then Brasil in 2002, then Portugal in 06 the list goes on.

  5. it's coming home in 2022 – 23 man squad + starting 11
    ………………..pickford……………………
    bissaka gomez maguire chilwell
    rice
    arnold maddison
    sancho rashford sterling

    that starting 11 is just fire – if i was the england manager, i would go with that team – world cups in 3 yrs, so alot of them will develop/improve
    chilwell > shaw, and i dont think rose will start
    gomez > stones, no debate
    and wan bissaka is gonna end a few careers in the world cup 2022
    rice is gonna be 23, so i'll play him over dier and 32/33 yr old henderson
    arnold cant defend, so play him midfield
    maddison is gonna improve alot in the next 3 yrs, so maddison and arnold are the creative players in midfield…+both can take free kicks
    front 3 is next level, and i wouldnt put kane in – 29 yrs old, naaah, rashford will only improve in the next 3 years, and im keeping sterling in the team

    12 others in the squad —-

    gk butland
    gk pope

    cf harry kane

    cf hudson odi – has great potential, could easily make the squad

    cm ross barkley

    cam jesse lingard these 3 should make the team
    cam dele alli

    cdm eric dier – have to have in the team as a back up dmf

    cm/cam loftus cheek/mason mount – both have great potential, but i think only 1 will make the squad

    cb john stones – not many options at cb – good back up
    lb danny rose – back up
    rb kyle walker – great player now, but in 3 yrs time, wan bissaka will take the rb spot

    sorry – winks, shaw, trippier, henderson, delph — i dont think you 1st 2 will make the squad, unless they turn world class, and the other 2 will be 32+… cant be having grandads in midfield!

  6. as a french supporter watching every big game in england. i was amazed abut how strong france were and could only laugh when people say "football's coming home" knowing full well enlgand would lose to teams like belgium or france. i remember imagining france scoring 4 goals agianst england 0 but no they cant even been croatia XD

  7. We may not have won, but do you know what? Football really did come home that summer. Reaching the semi's after such drama finally restored belief in our national side, and I'm sure inspired many of the future's England stars to go out and have a kickabout. Here's to '22!!

  8. Why does england never win anymore lol. But seriously the best league/cup is premier league all kind the camera works, the angle, the player. but when england goes out from their country seems like their mental goes down even rarely win champion league.

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