Alan Shearer has spotted big change from John Stones when he plays for England compared to Man City

Alan Shearer has spotted big change from John Stones when he plays for England compared to Man City
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Published on 2024-06-20 19:30:00

Alan Shearer knows all about being a key figure for a top club and being an important player for his country in international tournaments.

Having scored 362 goals in 703 club appearances, the former striker also found the back of the net 30 times in 63 senior appearances for England.

In the current European Championship, Gareth Southgate’s side have won one and drawn the other of their two games of the tournament.

Their most recent match saw England draw 1-1 against Denmark, with Harry Kane opening the scoring before the equaliser went in.

Out of the three Manchester City players in the current England squad, the trio of John Stones, Kyle Walker and Phil Foden have started both matches in the tournament.

After the Denmark clash, Shearer couldn’t help but share his thoughts on one particular thing he’s noticed about Stones and how different he’s played for England compared to how he usually performs for Pep Guardiola’s side.

Reflecting on the game he commentated on for BBC One, Shearer said this about Stones on the subject of certain players in the England team not doing what they usually do for their clubs on the international stage.

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