- Sat Jun 23 10:45 PM
England manager Gareth Southgate has confirmed Dele Alli will miss Sunday’s game against Panama with a thigh strain.
- Sat Jun 23 3:36 PM
SkySports Dele Alli returned to England training on Saturday, but remains a doubt to start Sunday's World Cup group G game with Panama. The Tottenham midfielder suffered a thigh injury against Tunisia last week and was described by manager Gareth Southgate as and more »
- Sat Jun 23 9:52 AM
SkySports Dele Alli is set to return to England training today ahead of their World Cup Group G clash with Panama on Sunday. The Tottenham midfielder suffered a thigh injury against Tunisia last week and was described by manager Gareth Southgate as only having a and more »
- Thu Jun 21 2:31 PM
Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli is an injury doubt for England’s game against Panama with a thigh strain, according to The Independent. Alli struggled during England’s dramatic 2-1 victory against Tunisia in their opening World Cup Group G encounter when his teammate Harry Kane netted...
- Thu Jun 21 9:53 AM
The Tottenham midfielder is a huge doubt for Sunday’s clash against Panama after suffering a minor quadricep strain in the win over Tunisia, and missed training on Thursday morning.
- Thu Jun 21 9:00 AM
Dele Alli will not train with England on Thursday as the medical team monitor his recovery from a thigh strain.
|We need to assess Dele in the next few days but the hamstring is a muscle that you need to be careful with – in terms of the mechanism of the injury,
Pochettino said. We need to assess but, of course, it does not look great.
It is in the left hamstring,
said Pochettino. You know when on the pitch he puts his hands to his hamstring you know it is not great. It is a muscle we need to be careful with because of the mechanics of the injury. But Thursday is not a worry, is a massive opportunity for somebody...
Pochettino told Sky Sports : I think we all saw that during the action he suffered an injury in his left hamstring.
It was very funny a few years ago with Sean on the touchline,