Nations League Looking forward to Qatar – Maguire apologises as England fails to beat Germany. Harry Maguire, a defender for England, has expressed his regret to Three Lions supporters following the team’s 3-3 UEFA Nations League tie with Germany on Monday.
After failing to defeat Germany, Maguire stated that Gareth Southgate’s team would focus to the positives and anticipate the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Remember how Musiala nutmegged Maguire and earned England and Germany a penalty in the 50th minute of the match?
Additionally, Maguire attempted to dribble in the box of the opponent in the 66th minute but was dispossessed. Kai Havertz scored a little more than ten seconds later.
Both sides drew at Wembley thanks to goals from Luke Shaw, Mason Mount, Harry Kane, IIkay Gundogan, and Havertz (two).
After the game, Maguire apologized in a post on his Instagram account, writing, “Mistakes are part of the game. The boys showed great resiliency and spirit to help us win the game.
“Look towards the good and anticipate Qatar. The difficult times will strengthen us.