Rice believes Lions should be respected by World Cup opponents

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England midfielder Declan Rice pointed out that the Roaring Lions are full of quality players who have won many club titles. Plus the performance is the strongest in the World Cup. causing the competitors to meet with fear when meeting

Rice believes Lions should be respected by World Cup opponents

England midfielder Declan Rice believes the Three Lions potential is good enough to be feared by their opponents at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After going unbeaten in Group B with two wins one draw and seven points. They won the UFABET group and met Senegal in the round of 16 on Sunday.

Prior to the Arab World Cup, Gareth Southgate’s side had a poor run of wins in the UEFA Nations League. But they made up for it. Put Iran 6-2 in the debut match, followed by a draw with the United States in a wrong form 0-0 and returned to good form again by beating Wales 3-0. Where the captain of the West Ham United team confirmed that the Three Lions s deserve respect. Even the best teams in world football 

“Yes, of course,” said the 23-year-old. “Other nations have seen our quality. So why wouldn’t he be afraid of us? If you look at the quality of our offensive line We have world-class players. Overall, we have players who have won several major championships. It is up to us to prove this. France has done that before. We didn’t just come here to qualify for the last 16. We want to reach the end.

This good footballer Packed with Premier League winners and players with a wealth of experience in the UEFA Champions League. Rice believes they will not be under pressure at this World Cup. As will having a strong squad. Can get up to change the game As seen in the past match

“It’s always good to know that You can use players from the bench who can change the game instantly. We have world-class players as one of the top teams in the tournament. We have really good concentration. In three difficult group games. We know Senegal will be the toughest test so far. They have strong players. But we are ready to face it, “Keng Hammer added.