Marcus Rashford insists England can be effectively ready in the event that they require a penalty shootout within the World Cup.
England face Colombia within the spherical of 16 on Tuesday night, and a shootout could also be required if either side are stage after 90 minutes and the extra 30 minutes additional time.
Despite a dismal document in penalty shootout in recent times – together with one Portugal and to Italy – the Manchester United striker insists they’re prepared.
‘I think he [Gareth Southgate] knows the players who are confident in those circumstances. I’d be prepared to step ahead,’ Rashford stated.
‘Not everybody here is a penalty taker for their club. It’s extra in case you really feel snug taking one, which I do, that’s the way in which you go about it.
‘If you don’t really feel snug it’s important to be trustworthy with your self. That provides the crew the perfect probability.’
Rashford additionally believes Colombia can be practising penalties as they head into their crunch World Cup conflict.
‘They [Colombia] might not be talking about them but they’re undoubtedly practising,’ he added. ‘I think it’s silly to not practise, particularly at this stage of the event.
‘It’s not probability. It’s by no means probability. It’s a ability and each ability takes time to be taught it and to excellent it. It’s a easy ability nevertheless it’s about having the ability to carry out it with stress and all the pieces round it.
‘I know goalkeepers practise them a lot. They practise their skills to become perfect at it. It’s undoubtedly not probability in case you would possibly or may not rating.’
England beat Tunisia and Panama to make sure their qualification from the group behind Belgium.
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