Thursday, June 28, 2018

Trent Alexander-Arnold: England 'very disappointed' despite knockout-stage draw

Britain's Trent Alexander-Arnold said he was "exceptionally disillusioned" to lose the last World Container assemble arrange diversion to Belgium, and said the group did not focus on talk that they were in an ideal situation losing.


The outcome implies Britain will confront a harder test in the round of 16 against Colombia, instead of Japan, yet whatever remains of the knockout-organize draw is a fundamentally less demanding way, with the champs of Sweden and Switzerland anticipating in the quarterfinals should the Three Lions progress.

Belgium, in the interim, are on an indistinguishable side of the section from Brazil, Mexico, France, Argentina, Uruguay and Portugal, however Alexander-Arnold dismissed the prospect that Britain were not very troubled to complete as Gathering G sprinters up.

"We weren't centered around any of that before the amusement," the 19-year-old told ITV in the wake of influencing his aggressive Britain to make a big appearance. "Everybody is frustrated at this point. You would prefer not to see grins in the evolving rooms. You need to win each amusement."

Gotten some information about the test that anticipates against Colombia, Alexander-Arnold stated: "Everybody who is in the last 16 should be there.

"There are no simple diversions in front of us. It will be exceptionally intense. On the off chance that you think back to the last World Glass, they did fantastically well. They have appeared in this World Container that they can bob once again from an annihilation and win diversions. It won't be simple by any stretch of the imagination."

Belgium completed best with Adnan Januzaj's second-half objective the main distinction between the sides, and however Britain were just applying mellow weight toward the finish of the diversion, Alexander-Arnold was not satisfied.

"I'm extremely frustrated," the Liverpool man said. "We came into the diversion needing to win it, clearly we never won it, however we are still in the round of 16 and a comment forward to. ...

"They controlled a ton of ownership. We had our odds and never took them. Similarly, they had one opportunity of a lifetime and they took it. It was a decent objective by the day's end.

"We can just lament the odds we didn't take. Be that as it may, we are in the round of 16, out the gathering stages, which was the principal objective for the group."

Striker Marcus Rashford said it was imperative not to give the outcome against Belgium a chance to influence Britain's attitude pushing ahead.

"It's clearly baffling however we need to keep our spirits high in the camp and we need to bring inspiration into the following amusement, which is a clearly a vital diversion for the district," he said.

"Now and again it's hard to keep the energy and spirits up, particularly after a thrashing, however we were playing against a decent group today. So it's certainly a decent test for us yet we need to anticipate the following diversion."

In any case, Rashford rejected the thought that the mishap was a "rude awakening," including: "We know it's at an opportune time during the time spent what we're attempting to do, yet this is only an opportunity to attempt and demonstrate it today.

"It was troublesome today however we have an open door currently to enhance in the times of preparing before the following amusement."

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