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England manager Roy Hodgson told ITV he was delighted with Adam Lallana's impact after the Southampton star came off the bench to set up the winning goal against Denmark
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Daniel Sturridge scored late on after great work from Adam Lallana to edge England to a 1-0 win over Denmark.
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has told us what he believes Roy Hodgson's priorities will be for tonight's friendly against Denmark.
Speaking exclusively to ITV.com on his ITV Football debut, Hoddle said:
– Former England manager and ITV pundit Glenn Hoddle
There will be three stages for Roy tonight - he will try to implement some tactical awareness on what he wants to do at the World Cup and see which players are astute enough to take it on board.
He'll look at some individuals - I think the lad Shaw will get a go, he knows what Cole and Baines can do. He'll be looking to see if the players can operate in the manner he will want for the Italy game.
Finally, he will be wanting to win the game, but I think tonight is about having a good performance out there.
Last time five Liverpool players started for England was in 1977 when Clemence, Hughes, Kennedy, McDermott and Callaghan played v Luxembourg
England boss Roy Hodgson isn't about to change his World Cup plans based on one friendly international, even if his captain Steven Gerrard revealed that in training "everyone is very keen to impress the manager".
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