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‘It’s coming home’: how England proved they have got the game

Timothy Aiyeku

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The England national team have proved to their Spanish counterpart that they truly own the game after the showdown in the UEFA Nations League which was played in Spain.

It seemed to be a surprise; the visitors stormed Sevilla and returned with a 3-2 victory. The fans can now boldly say it’s coming home after their hope of a World Cup win was dashed at the Semi-finals in Russia.

The catchphrase “its coming home” used by the English fans during the World Cup turned to be used against them after their elimination but obviously, it has risen again.

A brace from Manchester City Raheem Sterling and another by Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford were enough to make the English fans proud right before the Spanish fans.

It would have been more embarrassing for the Spanish who were 3 goals down before Paco Alcacer who was subbed in handed hope to the home team before a brilliant header by Sergio Ramos but it was too late with the game ending 3-2.

This seems like a revenge mission for the Three Lions who were earlier defeated by the Spanish team before their fans by 2-1 at the Wembley Stadium.

Spain national team captain Ramos had boasted of defeating England after claiming that a win will be sweet.

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Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.