Jordan Henderson desperate to send England into World Cup final

Tanya Simon
July 13, 2018

Henderson suffered more disappointment in mid-week as the Three Lions lost their World Cup semi-final with Croatia in extra time having controlled the contest in the first half.

Cape Town - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hailed the impact that Jordan Henderson has had for England at the Soccer World Cup to prove his critics wrong.

Henderson was ousted as captain before the tournament and replaced by Harry Kane but he has led the midfield well and played brilliantly as the most defensive of the three in the middle of the park for Gareth Southgate's team. 'All the celebrations and the songs they're singing back home, it inspires us as players to be able to sort of bring the nation together and put smiles on people's faces. The support we've had has been unbelievable and we just wanted to make everybody so proud.

"And it will be the making of him and people will realise the player and the leader he is".

The Liverpool skipper has earned praises from pundits for his role in England's impressive campaign so far at the World Cup in Russian Federation.

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From his penalty save against Colombia to denying Mandzukic with a superb save tonight, Pickford has starred, and Everton will be delighted with his performances - as long as no other teams come calling for his signature.

Now, Liverpool FC midfielder Henderson has admitted that he has been regularly hearing from his club manager during England's World Cup run.

"He has absolutely emptied the tank for both England and Liverpool this year". "They've got a lot of players from different areas, we are looking to stop them tomorrow night".

"I'm so pleased for him because he's a great person as well".

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