Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain dreaming of England Euro 2020 glory

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is dreaming of Euro 2020 success with watched part of the march of England to the World Cup.
Even the 26-year-old midfielder missed a year of football over after suffering a knee injury that prevents him in addition to the consecutive Champions League looks of Liverpool.
But Oxlade-Chamberlain has been instantly recalled by England boss Gareth Southgate for its Euro 2020 qualifiers against Kosovo and Bulgaria and is matched.
When asked if he was due a bit of luck in Euro 2020, he answered:”Yes, I think that it’s written in the stars I would like to evaluate the winner!
“I really don’t like to sit back right now and say I was really unlucky to miss this particular championship or that you.
“The time was unlucky, but boys have injuries that prevent them playing complete stop. I have had the chance to return. I have got to block the timing of these harms to provide me the chance to reach the kind of level I could be.
“It is every boy’s fantasy. We must respect what’s facing us and we can dream these dreams, but first of all we’ve to beat and Bulgaria Kosovo.
“There might be a bit more of an expectation going in the second tournament. But that is exciting for us and I believe this squad has the confidence inside it to deal with that.
“We would all sit now saying that are the dream come true, particularly with a great deal of it being Wembley. It does not get much better than that”
Oxlade-Chamberlain stuffed his time by visiting with quite a few hospitals and taking a keen interest in the company world.
That doesn’t mean he revealed he travelled into Box Park in Shoreditch to cheer on England in their Team G beat to Belgium and that he turned away from football.
“In the home,” he replied when asked where he saw the World Cup this past year.
“All of it was in your home, and one of those games in Box Park. That was interesting. . .that was an adventure.
“I had a hat on and eyeglasses, but yeah did not do me much good. I was shocked. This was the very first time I watched a football match with soccer fans, of my team, if this makes sense.
“I have never been to a bar where there is a lot of all Liverpool fans or Arsenal lovers and watched it with them, never been to a bar with England lovers, or inside a significant place, to see exactly what it means to them.
“It was just like a surreal moment where I could see my mates onto the monitor doing what I usually do, and the way everybody around them was responding and what it really meant to them. This was surreal. I was nearly idolising them as well
“Just watching them do that and what it had been producing on me, I was like’oh my God, that’s Raheem Sterling, look at what he has doneand do I actually do that’?”

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