The match against Turkey, for Cahill and Stones, was generally a quiet affair. You could probably count the times they had to tax themselves to deal with the opposition on your fingers.
Turkey’s goal, in the 13th minute, was one of these, although really it should only count as a half-example. It was more a case of running and basic positioning than reading the game in a more advanced way.
Turkey’s goal made me wish the players were mic’d up to see if Hart + Stones knew they were going for the same ball pic.twitter.com/ZGTNzIjbeY
— mark (@ETNAR_uk) May 24, 2016