Sport <b>Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden v England, November, selected by Sam Wallace</b><br/>
It would have been hard enough to pull off if he was facing goal with the ball sitting up nicely for him to hit. To lob Joe Hart with an overhead kick executed with his back to goal did rather put the ribbons on it.

The goal was one of four scored against England by the Sweden international

The Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, said that his side were superior and, if anything, played too quickly as the game wore on

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Samir Nasri shoots for Manchester City against Stoke

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Jack Wilshere struggled and does not look ready to play at this level

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JOE HART: Saw enough of Morrison’s shot to have kept it out. Worrying after some similar lapses last season. 5/10

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini backs Joe Hart after poor performance for England

The keeper was at fault for the first Scotland goal

Danny Welbeck heads home at Wembley on Wednesday night

England 3 Scotland 2: Five things we learned from victory at Wembley

Defence among Roy Hodgson's top concerns

Joleon Lescott is soaked during Manchester City's match with South China in Hong Kong

Video: Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, Joe Hart and kit manager Les Chapman do a Klinsmann dive through mud puddles

Chapman leads the way in finding ways to pass the the time while torrential rain continues in Hong Kong

'No one is pressing Joe Hart, it's not healthy,' says Gordon Banks

Gordon Banks, widely regarded as England's greatest goalkeeper, is concerned by the lack of depth among his potential successors, for which he blames the number of foreign keepers in the Premier League and difficulties brought about by modern footballs.

Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini yesterday left the London hotel where his team stayed for the FA Cup final

Manuel Pellegrini appointment: Manchester City set to cut new man’s powers after Roberto Mancini lessons

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Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand will regret snubbing England says Peter Shilton

The Manchester United defender pulled out of the squad last week

Joe Hart in training with England

England number one Joe Hart wary of competition from Ben Foster

How does the Manchester City stopper compare to the West Brom man?

<b>Jack Butland</b><br/>
Cash-strapped Birmingham have said they will listen to offers for any of their players, including England international Jack Butland. Despite appearing for England Butland is still only 19-years-old, and may not have the neccessary experience Alex Ferguson is seeking.

Jack Butland wants to be involved in European Under-21 Championships with England

Goalkeeper could be used among senior squad

Roberto Mancini

Players must take responsibility for Manchester City shortcomings, says manager Roberto Mancini

City's defence of their Barclays Premier League crown looks doomed

Ben Foster: West Bromwich’s goalkeeper is ‘comfortable’ after surgery on a groin injury

Steve Clarke says Ben Foster can excel for England after goalkeeper ends sabbatical

West Brom stopper has not played internationally for two years

Wayne Rooney celebrates his goal with Glen Johnson

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