Manchester City duo Kyle Walker and Raheem Sterling have both been named in UEFA’s Euro 2020 Team of the Tournament.
Walker was phenomenal at the back as the Three Lions conceded just 2 goals throughout the whole tournament, while Sterling chipped in with three goals - the winners against Croatia and Czech Republic, while his third goal sent England to victory over Germany. The winger also set up Harry Kane for England’s opener against Ukraine.
Sterling in particular had an outstanding tournament, and was a constant threat at the heart of opposition defences, and despite being asked if he had justified his selection, the winger’s performances was praised from all quarters.
They are joined on the list by United’s Harry Maguire, while five victorious Italian players were also named in the team. The full list, based on a 4-3-3 formation is: