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England scored both of their goals against Nigeria in a first half that featured some flowing attacking football in Southgate's fluid 3-5-2 system, and substitute Ruben Loftus-Cheek was pleased with what he saw.

Kane and Cahill both found the net as England beat Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley in the first of two World Cup warmup friendlies on Saturday, with the striker finding the ideal way to mark his first worldwide appearance since being handed the armband on a permanent basis by Gareth Southgate.

The 27-year-old Spurs defender is sceptical that any action will be taken against those who carry out acts of racism at football's most prestigious tournament which kicks off in just over a week.

Former Leeds and England goalkeeper Nigel Martyn, who played in the clash with Italy in 2002, told the YEP: "I like the idea of having a national stadium but certain games should move around".

"It's no secret that I've been through a testing time at Tottenham this season", said Rose. The players are clear on where I stand and the support they have from me.

A fully-fit England squad trained at St George's Park ahead of their final World Cup warm-up game. "But I've told my family I don't want them going out there because of racism and anything else that may happen".

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"My dad's really upset".

Rose was racially abused with the England under-21 team in Serbia in 2012, where he faced monkey chants and was hit with stones. "I'm always looking to play and I always prepare as though I'm playing". I asked him in front of the group because it might be helpful for the younger members of the group to hear that.

"I wasn't aware of the conversation he had had with his family".

Much has been made of the youthful squad who will represent the Three Lions in Russian Federation, which is the youngest England party to travel to a World Cup since Chile in 1962.

"There is still improvement we need to make to go as far as they believe is possible, but that's natural".

"We get on really well and we're pushing each other every day which is what is best for the team", Pope was quoted as saying by the Burnley Express.