World Cup: Serious threat – O’Hara names two players that should join Kane in England’s attack
Jamie O'Hara, a former midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, wants England manager Gareth Southgate to start Chelsea's Raheem Sterling and Manchester United's Marcus Rashford alongside Tottenham's Harry Kane for the Three Lions at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.
On November 21, England's 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign will get underway in Qatar against Iran.
O'Hara thinks Rashford and Sterling should start on the wings in place of Manchester City stars Phil Foden and Jack Grealish, adding that it would be a "serious threat." There has been much discussion about who should play with Kane in England's front three under Southgate.
“What about Marcus Rashford? He’s probably in any way, but he’s been really good this season and his form has been great.
“I would actually start him for England." I would play Sterling as well. I wouldn’t play Foden or Grealish, "O’Hara told talkSPORT.
He added, “No [I wouldn’t play Saka]. I would play Sterling." When I’ve watched England in the past, when I’ve really enjoyed watching them a while ago, it was when Rashford, Kane, and Sterling played as a front three.
“If you play Rashford, who can get behind, and Sterling, who can get behind, I think it’s a serious threat." That’s why I would play him.
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