Jamie Carragher has added his weight to calls for Jack Grealish to start for England against the Czech Republic at Euro 2020.
The Three Lions have scored just one goal so far and were held to a hugely disappointing 0-0 draw by Scotland last night.
The Aston Villa star came on for Phil Foden after 63 minutes but many fans and sections of the media want to see him start in a bid to add more guile and creativity to the team.
Pundit and former Liverpool defender Carragher also wants to see experienced pair Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson come into the side.
Carragher also hit out at the booing amongst the home fans after final whistle against Scotland.
“Hopefully Harry Maguire is ready for some minutes. So too Jordan Henderson. Their nous would have been invaluable against Scotland,” wrote Carragher in his column for The Telegraph.
“The time is also now for Jack Grealish. England are crying out for more invention in attack.
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“It has to be a worry that they are not creating enough chances, or working opposition goalkeepers enough.
“That was the most disappointing aspect of the performance against Scotland, but the jeering of the team at full-time was embarrassing.
“I will never understand how anyone could deem that justified or helpful, especially directing it at such talented, young players.”
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