England’s players reportedly want Joe Gomez to start match against Kosovo

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Sterling watched England secure qualification for the Euro 2020 finals from the stands, but took to social media after hearing some fans target Gomez with booing.

"He is a top, top player and to play with him and be around him, learning off him is the best thing as a young player coming up".

That helped the Three Lions seal their place in next summer's European Championship and guarantees them all three group games at Wembley - with a semi-final and final also at the national stadium.

Kane has come out to give a more detailed understanding of what exactly happened after the two players' altercation, and the hat-trick hero made it clear that he was anxious by Gomez's state of mind.

'I don't remember Euro 96, I wasn't born, but hopefully we can make it a great occasion.

Harry Kane has urged fans not to boo any England players after Joe Gomez was jeered in the 7-0 win against Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday.

Kosovo head coach Bernard Challandes joked that the only way to stop Manchester City and England forward Raheem Sterling is to "break his leg" - before adding that his team are "too nice" to resort to such tactics.

In a statement penned to England fans, Sterling declared that his global team-mate had done nothing wrong.

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"I am hugely disappointed for Joe".

"Joe and Raz then got together and had a chat and then after that, I spoke to Joe again to see how he was feeling".

"I've taken full responsibility and accepted the outcome".

'I just want and everyone wants the fans to get behind the whole team.

He has since been hit by a series of blows which, according to Gareth Southgate, "you couldn't make up if you tried".

England players attend a training session in St Albans on Saturday.

"We had an incident today with Joe". Also, I know I'm going to start Raheem on Sunday and get him back on to the pitch as well, because it was important for both of them to get back on the field with England and show everybody that we're all in this now. "The gaffer spoke to me and a few of the other senior players in the team, and that's the decision we came to".

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