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Leicester supervisor Brendan Rodgers thinks Southampton striker Danny Ings is deserving of an area in Gareth Southgate’s England team.
Rodgers, that authorized Ings on a cost-free transfer from Burnley in the summer season of 2015 throughout his time as Liverpool manager, saw the 27- year-old sink the Foxes at the King Power Stadium on Saturday with an 81 st-minute victor in a 2-1 triumph.
The crucial objective in the come-from-behind win took Ings’ tally to 16 this period, with 10 of those in his last 11 Premier League video games.
After eliminating a U-turn on global retired life from Foxes celebrity Jamie Vardy in the accumulation to the video game, after it, Rodgers really felt Ings is revealing the type to contribute to the one England cap he gathered in October 2015, as well as can load
deep space abandoned by Harry Kane that is out till April adhering to hamstring surgical procedure.
Asked whether Ings can action in for England, Rodgers responded: “Yeah, there’s no question.
“When he went to his ideal around Liverpool he was absolutely a gamer for that there. I would most definitely claim he would certainly remain in factor to consider for that.
“Danny has actually constantly been an impressive gamer. He has an eye for objective, wishes to run in behind. His objective was (common) Danny Ings, actually. Off the shoulder, in behind as well as he completes it actually well.
“He simply requires to maintain the uniformity as well as schedule as well as he’ll reveal he is just one of the very best demonstrators around.”
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Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse resembled Rodgers’ views.
He claimed: “I believe he ought to remain in the following England team. He’s done ample currently, not simply for his objectives, however the method he is functioning without the sphere also. He establishes the tone for us with his pushing, together with Longy (Shane Long) in advance.”
Suggested to Ward-Prowse there was no much better striker in the nation today, Ward-Prowse responded: “Probably not, no.
“It’s great to see him doing well because he deserves it. Everyone sees the goals, but you watch us as a team and he sets off the press with Longy. He’s getting his rewards.”