England vs Italy Final

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defender John Stones said he would love to see Raheem Sterling named player of the tournament at Euro 2020, and believes his Manchester City teammate can make the difference in Sunday’s final against Italy.

Sterling has been one of England’s standout performers at the Euros despite having struggled to keep his place in City’s team this season, scoring three goals to help Gareth Southgate’s side progress to its first-ever European Championships final.

He has been praised for his work off the pitch, too, especially in speaking out against racism in the game, and Stones feels Sterling deserves all that has come his way this summer as a result.

“I have said it all along that I am a big fan of Raheem’s,” centre-back Stones told a news conference on Friday. “I would love to see him get player of the tournament. The unselfish work he does goes unspoken, but as players we see it.

“He has been a great threat going forward with how direct he has been. It has been great playing with him, and I am sure he will be giving everything on Sunday and hopefully get another goal and see where it takes us.”

The moment he had been dreaming of, the one he wasn’t sure would ever arrive while, finally happened on Saturday night. Lionel Messi led Argentina to Copa America glory as Angel Di Maria scored the winning goal to beat Brazil 1-0 in the final. It was an improbable victory as it had been nearly two years since Brazil were held without a goal and six years since they lost on home soil. The defense stepped up like it hasn’t in a long time and withstood a late charge from Brazil’s attack to become champions of the continent for the first time since 1993.

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“I could not be happier for him. He has gone through some difficult times personally and you can see it has motivated him. He has come out of it a better player. The top players in sports find a way when things aren’t going well, and Raheem has done that on and off the pitch.”

England is unbeaten in its last 12 matches in all competitions, keeping 10 clean sheets and conceding just two goals in the process, and goes into Sunday’s clash up against a similarly resolute Italian side.

“We have the best defensive record in the competition and that is a major factor in why we have got to the final,” Stones added. “I have said all along that keeping clean sheets works as a platform for us to go and win games.”

“It is not just us as a back four, but it starts from the top. How we have pressed further up the pitch is a major part of our game. It is a major part of tournament football to defend this way, we learned that in Russia at the last World Cup.”

“The teams who have won tournaments over the years have been teams who have defended set plays well and not conceded goals in big moments. Managing the game is something we have created in our squad.”That, perhaps, is why the song returned with a vengeance three years ago, a time when no one seriously believed that England had a team good enough to reach the latter stages of a major tournament, but a deeply admirable collection of players who conducted themselves in the right way on and off the pitch brought back that feeling of hope in spite of reality. Equally, the song was never sung with quite the same gusto for the so-called Golden Generation of the mid-2000s, a team that provoked rather more of a deep annoyance that they and their manager could not find a way to at least equal the sum of their parts.

What about the song, is it any good anyway?
Yeah, it’s pretty decent. Certainly it’s of that Britpop milieu that dominated the English musical scene in the mid-’90s. I mean, it’s no “World In Motion,” though, is it?