England vs Switzerland in a friendly match at Wembley
Rancakmedia.com – England vs Switzerland in a friendly match at Wembley. In the match that was held on Saturday (26 March 2022) or Sunday in the early hours of the WIB, the English national team won 2-1.
In the 22nd minute, Switzerland took the lead thanks to Breel Embolo's goal. Before the break (45+1′), Luke Shaw managed to get things back on track. England won in the 78th minute through a penalty from Harry Kane.
Statistics reveal that England is superior in possession of the ball with a proportion of 53 percent to 47 percent.
On top of that, the Three Lions have five shots at goal out of a possible nine. While Switzerland fired 12 shots, four of which were on target.
This result is very good capital for England to improve their talents before playing in the UEFA Nations League and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Interesting Facts England vs Switzerland
Harry Kane has now scored 49 goals for England (tied with Bobby Charlton), only Wayne Rooney (53) has scored more goals for the Three Lions.
Luke Shaw has been personally involved in six goals in his previous eight appearances for England (2 goals, 4 assists), with both of his goals for the Three Lions coming at Wembley.
England vs Switzerland with a score of 2-1
Goals: 0-1 (Breel Embolo, 22′), 1-1 (Luke Shaw, 45+1′), 2-1 (Harry Kane, 78′, penalty). England (3-4-2-1): Pickford; White, Coady, Guehi; Walker-Peters/Sterling (61′), Henderson, Gallagher/Rice (61′), Shaw/Mitchell (61′); Foden/Bellingham (79′), Mount/Grealish (62′); H. Kane/Watkins (88′).
Coach: Gareth Southgate
Switzerland (4-2-3-1): Omlin; Widmer/Mbabu (36′), Akanji, Frei, Rodriguez; Freuler/Zuber (62′), Xhaka; Steffen/Zeqiri (62′), Shaqiri/Aebischer (80′), Vargas/Sow (62′); Embolo/Gavranovic (79′).
Coach: Murat Sure.
Referee: Andreas Ekberg
The England national team succeeded in winning by beating Switzerland in a friendly match at Wembley. England won in the 78th minute through a penalty from Harry Kane.
The Three Lions had five shots at goal out of a possible nine. This result is a very good capital for England before playing in the UEFA Nations League and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.