- Tue Jun 19 11:11 PM
Dele Alli is a doubt for England's next game against Panama after the FA confirmed he sustained a minor thigh strain in the opening win over Tunisia.
- Tue Jun 19 10:08 PM
Dele Alli sustained a minor thigh strain in England's World Cup opener against Tunisia, the Football Association has confirmed.
- Tue Jun 19 1:18 PM
The Tottenham midfielder played 80 minutes in the 2-1 win over Tunisia, despite suffering the problem during the first period
- Tue Jun 19 10:53 AM
TOTTENHAM midfielder Dele Alli is hoping the quad complaint picked up in England's World Cup win against Tunisia is not too serious.
|Always it's about the patient, the player, and how he's going to react after the injury,
Pochettino said. We hope he'll be back as soon as possible and early in January to help the team to win games.
We were talking a lot during the week [about what happened against Wolves],
Pochettino said. That is football. But the confidence and trust is massive from the club, from us and his team-mates and no doubt his potential and his quality will be very helpful for the team. He showed g...
Today he showed great personality and he played so well, like one week ago,
said Pochettino. I'm happy for him because it's a massive victory and for him to feel that he's a Premier League player and help the team to win, I think it's a massive feeling.
I am happy with him. (Players) are not machines, they can have an up or down,
said Pochettino. Hugo is one of the best, there is no doubt.