Jordan HENDERSON

Jordan Henderson - England - 2018 UEFA Nations League Games.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 15 November 2018

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    • POSITION
      Midfielder
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 17 June 1990
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Sunderland, England
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
  • CLUBS
  • Sunderland FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2008-2011
    • League Debut
      Saturday, 1st November 2008 as a sub in a 5-0 defeat at Chelsea (Aged: 18)
    • Club Career
  • Liverpool FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2011-
    • League Debut
      Saturday, 13th August 2011 in a 1-1 draw at home to Sunderland.
    • Club Career
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Jordan HENDERSON - England - 2018 UEFA Nations League Games.

 

                                                UEFA Nations League.  Group Stage.

League A. Group 4.


England (1) v (2) Spain. (Rashford 11m, Saúl Ñíguez 13m, Rodrigo 32m) Wembley Stadium, London.

8th. September 2018.

England:

1. Jordan Pickford (GK),  2.  Kieran Trippier,  3. Luke Shaw (15. Danny Rose 53 min),  4. Joe Gomez,
5. John Stones,  6. Harry Maguire,  7. Jesse Lingard,  8. Jordan Henderson (17. Eric Dier 64 min),

9. Harry Kane (C), 10. Marcus Rashford,  11. Dele Alli.

Spain:

1. David de Gea (GK), 2. Dani Carvajal,  4. Nacho,  5. Sergio Busquets,
8. Saúl Ñíguez, 9. Rodrigo, 10. Thiago Alcántara (19. Sergi Roberto 80 min), 12.  Marcos Alonso,

15. Sergio Ramos, 17. Iago Aspas (20. Marco Asensio 68 min), 22. Isco.

 

 

Croatia (0) v (0) England.    Stadion HNK Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia.  12th. October 2108.

Behind closed doors.

Croatia:

1. DominikLivaković (GK),  4. Ivan Perišić (20. Marko Pjaca 68 min),  6. Dejan Lovren, 7. Ivan Rakitić,
8. Mateo Kovačić (19. Milan Bafelj 73 min), 9. Andrej Kramarić, 10. Luka Modrić (C),  16. Tin Jedvaj,

18. Ante Rebić (C) (13. Marko Livaja 80 min), 21. Domagoj Vida, 22. Josip Pivaric.

England:

1. Jordan Pickford (GK), 2. Kyle Walker,  3. Ben Chilwell,  4. Eric Dier,
5. John Stones, 6. Harry Maguire, 7. Ross Barkley, 8. Jordan Henderson,  9. Harry Kane,
10. Raheem Sterling (22. Jadon Sancho 78 min), 11. Marcus Rashford.

 

England topped their group and qualified for the Finals in Portugal during June 2019.