Harry Maguire (30-Man United) is at it again.

England won 3-1 in an exhibition match against Scotland at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, at 3:45 a.m. ET on Sept. 13.

England manager Southgate opted for a 4-2-3-1 formation. Aaron Ramsdale, Kieran Trippier, Mark Gehi, Lewis Dunk, Kyle Walker, Calvin Phillips, Declan Rice, Marcus Rashford, Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, and Harry Kane started the game. 스포츠토토

England took an easy lead. Walker’s cross was headed home by Foden in the 32nd minute, and Bellingham added another three minutes later.

The trouble came in the second half. Harry Maguire took the field for Gehi. In the 23rd minute, Maguire tried to clear a cross from the flank, but his shaky clearance went straight into the net. Fortunately, Kane’s 36th-minute winner sealed the win, but it was a moment that could have changed the outcome of the game.

Maguire had been struggling in recent years at Manchester United, especially since the arrival of Eric ten Hagh, who has completely dropped out of the first team and reduced him to a fringe player. He was heavily linked with a move away from the club this summer, but ended up staying.

His selection for the England national team was also always in question. Maguire’s poor performances were repeated with the national team. Southgate kept calling him up to the squad as a vote of confidence, but the England fans booed him. Once again, Maguire was unable to repay Southgate’s faith and hung his head in shame.

The taunting continued. “I’ve never seen a player like him,” they said, “His last two goals were own goals against Sevilla and Scotland,” and “He’s playing for Man United,” according to the UK’s Sports Bible.

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