Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by bcubed » 18 Jun 2018 21:02

Ascotexgunner wrote:Tunisia really are a disgrace. Backfired on em now. WD England
Cheek and Rashford have been brilliant.


Agreed with all that

Trippier superb too.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Zip » 18 Jun 2018 21:03

tulip wrote:Fair result since that penalty was not.



Tunisia offered nothing and got nothing. England made very hard work of it but the goal was coming and it was deserved.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Royalwaster » 18 Jun 2018 21:16

It's funny how a goal right at the end totally changes how people are talking about the game (on bbc) - if it had ended 1:1 it would have been 'a lacklustre display' ... and suddenly it's a 'really professional job ... they kept going ... didn't lose their nerve' - like heck.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by From Despair To Where? » 18 Jun 2018 21:21

A win's a win. Opening games are always edgy so getting the late winner relieves some of the pressure on the Panama game.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Old Man Andrews » 18 Jun 2018 21:23

oxf*rd phew!!!!! I'll give Southgate credit, no way we'd be winning that with Hodgson or Allardyce in charge. At least we kept pushing and stayed positive.

Refereeing was an utter, utter joke.


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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by tidus_mi2 » 18 Jun 2018 21:28

Unfortunately that plays into Belgium's hands for their game against Tunisia, rather than being dirty little shits, they'll need to chase a win as they'll probably reckon we'll beat Panama and thus will need something against Belgium.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 21:35

From Despair To Where? wrote:A win's a win. Opening games are always edgy so getting the late winner relieves some of the pressure on the Panama game.


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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 21:38

personal win...

I left my card behind the bar by mistake, wandered down to tescos for some food, ate the doritos in the line and then discovered I had no way of paying for them...what they gonna do?

Feck all is apparently the answer, he wasn't sharing my enthusiasm for the late winner either

(i'll prolly sheepishly drop in and pay for them next time i'm there)

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Zip » 18 Jun 2018 21:39

Given their track record in recent Finals I thought England would struggle in this group. They should qualify by Sunday as they will beat Panama and Belgium will beat Tunisia.
Goal difference could be key so they need to rack up the goals against Panama.


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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 21:40

Winston Biscuit wrote:Harry Maguire (I am going to call him Harry Mags from now on) my MOTM. Been really impressed by him.


i think he'd be a considerate lover as well!

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 21:41

On that performance, i can confirm we're defo gonna win it

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Pepe the Horseman » 18 Jun 2018 21:43

BR0B0T wrote:
Winston Biscuit wrote:Harry Maguire (I am going to call him Harry Mags from now on) my MOTM. Been really impressed by him.


i think he'd be a considerate lover as well!

He'd absolutely ruin you.

Baffled by VAR (not for the first time), surely the Kane fouls were made for it?

Impressed with Loftus-Cheek x

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 21:44

Pepe the Horseman wrote:
BR0B0T wrote:
Winston Biscuit wrote:Harry Maguire (I am going to call him Harry Mags from now on) my MOTM. Been really impressed by him.


i think he'd be a considerate lover as well!


He'd absolutely ruin you.x


xackly


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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Ark Royal » 18 Jun 2018 21:48

Deserved win after missing a shed load in the first half. Really positive subs by Southgate a contributing factor. Please, please drop Young for Rose for the Panama game. Nothing wide left today.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Pepe the Horseman » 18 Jun 2018 21:49

BR0B0T wrote:
Pepe the Horseman wrote:
BR0B0T wrote:
i think he'd be a considerate lover as well!


He'd absolutely ruin you.x


xackly

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Jack Celliers » 18 Jun 2018 22:03

Just finished watching it delayed. It was OK. Lots of good performances and I think Germany would die for a Harry Kane. I hope we realise we are allowed to tackle for the next few games because we didn't win a 50:50 all game. VAR proved useless, but we survived. With a fit Dele Alli and Rashford on from the start, I would say we are certain to win the world cup now. It's strange to hear Lampard offering expert knowledge on World Cup games - isn't he statistically our worst world cup player ever?

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by bobby1413 » 18 Jun 2018 22:10

I hate England football (usually).

However this time it's different. I really buy into Gareth Southgate, he seems absolutely perfect and just what we need. Astute, can really understand the way the public feel, says the right things. Also I do feel this whole squad seems to be really working well.

Give Southgate time, give him years to really get this job done. i do think we can start to really compete and fulfill our potential.

Anyone remember the days of Sven Goran Erikson and postman pat (copello), those were the dark days for me. Seeing Southgate thrash around like a true England fan was superb.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Snowflake Royal » 18 Jun 2018 22:13

Very good start with terrible finishing. Lacklustre but persistent display with occasional quality.

Awful officiating mostly against England. Hampered by Alli getting a knock and Lingard and Sterling both poncing about the pitch trying too hard and having no end product. Quite slow through midfield and wobbly at the back.

Thought Rose, Loftus-Cheek/Delph and Rashford should start before the game. Still think they should start after the game.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by Scutterbucketz » 18 Jun 2018 22:41

BR0B0T wrote:On that performance, i can confirm we're defo gonna win it


109%. This is nailed on now.

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Re: Ingerlund Vs Tunisia

by BR0B0T » 18 Jun 2018 22:56

Scutterbucketz wrote:
BR0B0T wrote:On that performance, i can confirm we're defo gonna win it


109%. This is nailed on now.


I can't be arsed watching the rest of it now the element of excitement has gone

Wimbledon starts soon right? I may contribute to HNA's bentest thread!

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