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Published: Wed, June 14, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Paris crowd pays tribute to Manchester, London victims

Paris crowd pays tribute to Manchester, London victims

If we are playing teams who play with a low defensive block all the time, that's one problem we have to resolve.

But her spokesman said the two leaders will focus on counter-terrorism, and return to May's election campaign pledge to tackle online extremism following two attacks in as many weeks in Manchester and London that killed 30 people.

The English flag was visible around the Stade de France, where the Republican Guard played a rendition of Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger as fans and players showed solidarity and togetherness.

The centre-back is reportedly going to start as a holding midfielder when England take on France at the Stade de France on Tuesday night. The Spurs keeper came off his line and then cleared the ball straight to Ola Toivonen, who was able to find the net from the half way line.

The emergence of teen sensation Kylian Mbappe in the last six months also underlines the remarkable amount of talent coming out of France, according to Southgate. "He will play, definitely".

Olivier Giroud, fresh from netting a spectacular volley in France's loss to Sweden, thought he had another for his collection in the 14th minute but was ruled offside, while Dembele shot wastefully wide on the end of an excellent Mbappe pass.

"We can't be a team that just relies on one or two players".

England had let slip a winning position after Leigh Griffiths twice beat Joe Hart from late free-kicks, and the under-fire goalkeeper will sit out this game.

"Do I believe he can play that role?"

What is the team news?

Harry Kane continued as captain, while Heaton has already been told he will be replaced at half-time by Jack Butland.

Stones did not feature in Saturday's 2-2 qualifying draw with Scotland. As for France, they have already played two games over the worldwide break. The match provides both Southgate and Didier Deschamps the chance to test a few players as they build their respective squads up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. We're seeing that not only in terms of responsibility but the way the group are prepared to contribute when we're discussing games, when we're reviewing games.

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And whoever is tasked with stopping him tonight - Gareth Southgate will likely choose between Gary Cahill, Chris Smalling and John Stones - beware, this kid can move.

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