Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is afraid that he has annoyed Reece James when he failed to score from multiple opportunities.
“Reece was fantastic. For me our man of the match. He defended well, attacked well, I could have scored another one off his crosses. He was fuming at me. But a great player, said Abraham.
“He’s set up a lot of goals for me over the years. I always know where he is going to put the ball. We talk about it in training, every day in the changing room he sits beside me. I’m sure he will be a bit mad at me that I didn’t get him more assists.
“I believe in Reece, the players believe him in. So long as he keeps performing like this he’ll be knocking on Gareth Southgate’s door.”
“I look up to Harry. I’m gutted he is injured. Hopefully he will be back for the Euros.
“I am just focussing on Chelsea, going out there every game and doing my best. There is an opportunity there – that is football. There is a whole load of competition, a lot of strikers scoring goals, like Marcus Rashford and Danny Ings.
“It wouldn’t bother me if Jamie Vardy came back from retirement – hopefully I would still be there . He is a talented striker, one of the players I have grown up admiring.
“I am always ambitious. It’s always at the back of my mind. Growing up I always wanted to play for England, and now I have the opportunity , so I will try to grab it with both hands. But there is more pressure being Chelsea’s no9.”