Joe Gomez and Jordan Henderson withdraw from England duty

Raheem Sterling backs Joe Gomez amid England fans boos at Wembley

Raheem Sterling leaps to Gomez' defence after Liverpool star booed for England

Sterling and Gomez, left with a scratch under his eye after the incident, are said to have patched up their relationship, but the centre-back was jeered by England fans at Wembley when he came on as a substitute against Montenegro.

"He is a top, top player and to play with him and be around him, learning off him is the best thing as a young player coming up".

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney now occupies the top spot with 53 goals, ahead of 1966 FIFA World Cup victor Sir Bobby Charlton, who netted 49 times for the Three Lions.

The booing of Gomez added a sour note to what had otherwise been an exceptional outing for England.

"Hopefully, hopefully, I don't want to jinx myself".

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Liverpool fullback Joe Gomez's rollercoaster week, from the high of beating Manchester City last Sunday to being booed at Wembley on Thursday, ended with him missing England's final Euro 2020 qualifier in Kosovo due to a sore knee.

"I then spoke to Joe privately about how he was feeling". It was hard for me to see my team mate get booed for something that was my fault.

"I've taken full responsibility and accepted the outcome".

'I wanted to get him into the game (against Montenegro) because he hadn't played in September or October, even though he'd been involved in both camps, so there was nothing other than for getting him on the pitch in those games.

England manager Southgate echoed Sterling's sentiments in the post-match press conference.

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"Again, first and foremost, the whole dressing room are disappointed with it because the dressing room are tight, every one of them". Joe had done nothing wrong.

England players attend a training session in St Albans on Saturday.

"But that is not our style, we are too nice - we are a team who are very, very, very nice but it is not a problem if we play together". I think we all handled it as well as we could have.

Asked whether he will speak to Gomez about the issue, Southgate said: "Absolutely".

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