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Safety blunders: Dances with death

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England 2-1 Wales REPORT: Sturridge scores dramatic late winner for Three Lions

first_img3 England are now in command of Group B, with four points on the board and Slovakia to play in their remaining game.Wales are sitting second and, despite the defeat, will be confident they can seal qualification with winless Russia their final opponents. Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring for England against Wales Daniel Sturridge scored a dramatic late winner as England beat Wales in Lens to move top of Group B.Gareth Bale had given the Welsh a half-time lead at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis with a long-range free-kick.But the introduction of Sturridge and Jamie Vardy at the break changed the game.Sturridge assisted Vardy for the equaliser ten minutes into the second half and then prodded home in stoppage time to win it for the Three Lions and break Welsh hearts.Roy Hodgson had opted to name the same team which drew 1-1 against Russia in the opening game, with Harry Kane again leading the attack as a lone striker and captain Wayne Rooney operating in the centre of midfield.Wales boss Chris Coleman, meanwhile, made three changes to the side which defeated Slovakia 2-1.Hal Robson-Kanu was rewarded for scoring the winner with a start up front, and Joe Ledley capped his remarkable return from a fractured leg just five weeks ago to take his place in midfield, while goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was passed fit to return.Wales had been in confident mood in the build-up to this game, with Bale claiming no England player would make it into their XI.But the Dragons looked cagey early on and should have been behind inside seven minutes. Kane did well to play Adam Lallana in down the right and he crossed to Raheem Sterling who was six yards out and unmarked but could only divert the ball over Hennessey’s bar.England enjoyed the majority of possession early on, with Rooney sitting deep and constantly changing play. However, they were wasteful on the ball – with Sterling the worst culprit – and were struggling to breach a tight and organised Welsh defence.England thought they should have had a penalty when Kane’s header hit the arm of Ben Davies in the Wales box but the Tottenham striker’s furious protests were waved away by German referee Felix Brych.Wales, content to sit back and try to hit England on the counter-attack, were offering little attacking threat.But, with Bale in their ranks, they knew they had the quality to produce a moment of magic – and the Real Madrid superstar duly delivered three minutes before half-time to give his side a shock lead.After firing home a long-range free-kick against Slovakia, Bale repeated the trick again as his swerving 35-yard effort proved too hot to handle for Joe Hart.Hart really should have done better but Bale cared little as he celebrated wildy with the Welsh fans in the Stade Bollaert-Delelis. 3 England were booed off by their supporters at half-time and Hodgson hauled off Sterling and Kane at half-time, with Vardy and Sturridge introduced.England immediately looked brighter and they were level ten minutes into the second half through Vardy.Williams got a defensive clearance badly wrong, heading Sturridge’s cross towards his own goal, and Vardy made him – and Wales – pay by poking the ball home.England were energised by the goal and Sturridge mis-kicked Rooney’s cross as they searched for a winner.It looked as though they would have to settle for a point as the seconds ticked down.But there was to be a final twist as Sturridge found space in the box in added time and prodded past Hennessey to win it for the Three Lions. 3last_img read more