Southgate reveals why Rashford didn’t play against Belgium.

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Gareth Southgate explains why Marcus Rashford did not play in Tuesday night’s game against Belgium.

Jude Bellingham’s late equalizer kept the Three Lions from losing in the second game of the international break. The England star scored a 2-2 draw in the final moments of the game.

Evan Toney’s penalty equalized Yuri Tielemans’ shot ทางเข้า ufabet, but the Aston Villa midfielder scored again thanks to a Lewis Dunk error.

The game allowed Southgate to look at a number of players, including Anthony Gordon, Ezri Konsa and Joe Gomez.

However, one player who did not play was Rashford, who was name on the bench and Southgate outlined the reasons why he was not use. Even though his status at the Euros is still not secure.

Asked after the game if Rashford’s absence was due to injury, Southgate replied: “No, I want to see Anthony Gordon again.”

“I think he made a great impact in the first game and I think [James] Maddison coming into that area might do some of the things we can do.”

Gordon entered the fray in place of Jarrod Bowen in the 80th minute for his second senior England cap, having made his debut against Brazil.

He play 85 minutes in total across the two games, with it seeming like it is anyone’s guess if he will be name in the 23-man squad for the Euros.