Trippier saw England’s stumble at Wembley from the bench

Kieran trippier I was the only player in the Atlético de Madrid that he had a commitment with his team this Tuesday. And the rojiblanco side did not have a single minute in the tie of England in view of Hungary (1-1) at Wembley.

The mattress footballer saw from the bench how his team was unable to defeat a team that came to the event with practically no options to enter the play-offs, but who sold his skin very expensive.

Sallai put Hungary ahead in the 24th minute and in the 37th minute, Stones put the tie to give hope to the English, who were unable to complete the comeback. Southgate bet on Walker and Shaw on the rails and Trippier, who was even the captain in the previous British engagement, ran out of minutes. Although Poland is only three points away with six to go, England will face Albania and San Marino in the two remaining matches to get the ticket to the World Cup.

The English international is expected to arrive in Madrid this Wednesday, although with morning training, he is expected on the pitch for the next session.