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Harry Maguire Sent Off For England Vs Denmark After A Disastrous 31 Minutes

Harry Maguire Sent Off For England Vs Denmark After A Disastrous 31 Minutes

Harry Maguire has been sent off for England after a poor opening 31 minutes vs Denmark in the Nations League.

The Manchester United captain was cautioned in the seventh minute after a nasty challenge on striker Yussuf Poulsen.

Gareth Southgate's side looked sloppy in the early stages and Maguire dived in again on Kasper Dolberg, with referee Jesus Gil Manzano giving him his marching orders.

Moments later, England found themselves behind after Kyle Walker gave away a penalty, which Christian Eriksen dispatched.

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Fans on social media have reacted to Maguire's performance and his poor start to the season with United seems to have carried over to international duty.


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Maguire's sending off saw Gareth Southgate bring on Tyrone Mings for Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who was making his full international debut alongside Reece James.

Do you think England will get back in this game?

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Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Harry Maguire, Manchester United, Nations League, Man U, Man utd, England, Denmark, reactions, Christian Eriksen

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