England stars Grealish, Sancho, Chilwell and Abraham tear into each other in Gogglebox-style review of Three Lions win

ENGLAND'S stars rated and slated after their 5-0 World Cup qualifier rout against Andorra in a Gogglebox-style review.

The Three Lions quartet- Jack Grealish, Ben Chilwell, Tammy Abraham, and Jadon Sancho – pulled no punches on England's YouTube channel.

Chilwell got his first goal for England courtesy of a Sancho assist.

But Roma star Abraham was also clear on goal and told the Manchester United winger: "Look I had an open goal Sanch!"

Sancho explained that his only thought at the time was to help defender Chilwell get his first goal.

However, Abraham was having none of it and retorted: "[No] you wasn't thinking about that at the time!"

As the game progressed Sancho dribbled his way back into Abraham's good books when he delivered a piece of sublime skill that saw him nutmeg his way out of a blockade of three Andorra players.

Abraham was so impressed with his 21-year-old pal he exclaimed: "You know them clips you see on Instagram and YouTube of the best skills? That's in there."

Grealish was also responsible for some nifty footwork that saw him get his first Three Lions goal.

The Manchester City star latched onto a NFL-style pass from keeper Sam Johnstone in the 86th minute, then mesmerised two Andorra stars with his skills before smashing the ball past their helpless goalie into the net.

Grealish was confident of the outcome as it's a scenario he practiced in training before the game.

But the 26-year-old winger doesn't reckon Abraham would've been able to score if he was given the ball in the same position.

While watching his sublime finish, Grealish said to Abraham: "See Tammy, I think if you're in this situation, you cut in here (points to screen), you try and go to the far side and your shot gets blocked."

One player Grealish was full of praise for was City team-mate Phil Foden who also managed to notch two assists on the night.

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Grealish raved about his passing to Chilwell: "I don't think he missed one all night."

To which Chilwell, who felt the same responded: "Nah he didn't, every time I made a run he found me."

Bukayo Saka and James Ward-Prowse also got on the scoresheet in the game that was nearly called off due to a fire at the stadium last Friday.

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