England fans all say same thing as Man Utd star Harry Maguire shows off outrageous Maradona skill in World Cup training | The Sun

ENGLAND fans have been left in shock after Harry Maguire was seen showing off his attacking skill in training.

In the video that has been viewed four million times online, the Manchester United star danced around the Three Lions defence before unleashing a shot.



The 29-year-old beat Bukayo Saka to the ball carried it forward before tunring Phil Foden with a Diego Maradona-esque spin and fooled Conor Coady with a change of direction.

Maguire then had a shot but it was saved by a diving Nick Pope.

The centre-back has been criticsed by England and United fans within the last year due to some poor performances but supporters loved his training ground skill.

One wrote on Twitter: "Harry Maguire has turned into Ronaldinho. This is not a drill."

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Another said: "His talent is being wasted as a centre-back."

A United fan was hopeful that it may be sign Maguire is back to his best: "Bro my jaw fully dropped looks like he’s entering his 2018 Leicester form again."

More reacted: "Harry Maguire has turned into prime Lionel Messi just in time for the World Cup."

Maguire has struggled at United this season and even lost his place in the starting lineup despite being captian.

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However he still got a place in the England squad going to Qatar with manager Gareth Southgate trusting the players that performed well in the last World Cup and in the Euros.

The likes of Maguire and Raheem Sterling, who is yet to hit top form at Chelsea, could start for England versus Iran.

Southgate has a nearly fully fit squad to choose from for the opening game with just James Maddison not training on the eve of the match, Kyle Walker is also out.


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