England 2-0 Costa Rica: Marcus Rashford Stakes Claim For WC 2018 Starting Spot
Britain beat Costa Rica 2-0 at Elland Road in the Three Lions' last warm-up diversion for the World Cup. Gareth Southgate rolled out eight improvements to the side that beat Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley on Sunday and it was Marcus Rashford that put the home side ahead following 12 minutes when his dazzling long-extend strike bubbled past Keylor Navas. Britain were in the command and Rashford was energizing the Yorkshire swarm with various garish contacts and sleek abilities. Southgate would have been to some degree irritated that his side neglected to add further bolstering their good fortune before the break with Phil Jones and afterward Jamie Vardy testing Navas from progressive corner kicks. Costa Rica, who are in a gathering with Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland, scarcely undermined Jack Butland's objective.
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