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England lost games to Chile and Germany as new players were tested

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England manager Roy Hodgson looks on from the dugout

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There is a huge pride in representation, that by pulling on the jersey you serve

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The troubled keeper has the full backing of Roy Hodgson

Daniel Sturridge addresses the media on Sunday

England v Germany: Daniel Sturridge says he will be fit to play at Wembley on Tuesday

A foot problem kept the Liverpool striker out of the defeat by Chile

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Germany midfielder Sami Khedira could face missing the World Cup after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the 1-1 draw with Italy

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira sees his World Cup hopes plunged into doubt after being ruled out for six months

Khedira suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee although there is optimism that he could still recover in time to make Brazil 2014

Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe accepts that his World Cup hopes with England are diminishing the longer Andre Villas-Boas keeps him on the bench

England 0 Chile 2: Jermain Defoe accepts his World Cup chances are diminishing the longer Andre Villas-Boas keeps him out of the Tottenham team

Defoe has been back-up to Roberto Soldado so far this season and has also slipped down the pecking order for Roy Hodgson's England team

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words – but sometimes a juxtaposition of image and text can multiply potential meanings.

England fans leave the stadium with 10 minutes of the match left to play

England 0 Chile 2: Supporters right not to accept defeat, says Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson asked supporters to keep England’s 2-0 defeat to Chile in perspective after his team were booed at the final whistle tonight following their first defeat in 11 games.

Adam Lallana was outshone on his debut by the visitors’ ability to dominate midfield

England 0 Chile 2: Back to the drawing board as Chile underline gulf in guile 

In this sea of sloppy passing Rodriguez in particular was lost

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