Gerrard leads England to famous win

Captain Steven Gerrard led England to an impressive 2-1 victory over five times World Champions Brazil at Wembley last night.

Both Gerrard and Glen Johnson completed the full 90 minutes for Roy Hodgson’s men as goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard ensured a famous win for the Three Lions.

Elsewhere, Luis Suarez played the entirety of Uruguay’s 3-1 defeat by Spain in Doha, whilst Daniel Agger was unable to prevent Denmark losing 3-0 to Macedonia.

Joe Allen provided the assist for Gareth Bale’s opening goal for Wales in their 2-1 win over Austria, while Martin Skrtel featured for Slovakia, who lost 2-1 to Belgium.

Meanwhile, Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg are reportedly lining up a bid in attempt to resign Liverpool’s number 37.

It is believed that Zenit value the 28 year old at £13 million, exactly double what the Reds paid for him when he signed in 2008.

Finally, Liverpool are said to be one of a number of clubs interested in Ajax’s highly rated midfielder Christian Eriksen.

Despite not turning 21 until next week, the Danish midfielder has already made almost 100 appearances for the Amsterdam side, winning two league titles, and at was the youngest player at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

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