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Conor Coady Gives Humbling Post-Match Interview After Scoring His First England Goal

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Conor Coady Gives Humbling Post-Match Interview After Scoring His First England Goal

Conor Coady says the "incredible" night with England will be a night he'll never forget and will live with him forever.

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Coady, 27, enjoyed a superb match for England as he kept a clean sheet, scored a goal and finished the match as captain.

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The Three Lions beat Wales 3-0 with the Wolves defender scoring his side's second goal at Wembley Stadium on Thursday.

And speaking after his second senior appearance for England, he gave a humbling post-match interview.

"I'm still in shock to be honest, it'll live with me forever. It's an amazing night for me. It's just an incredible night honestly," he told ITV.

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"I can't explain it. To play with these players is incredible for me, the feeling of it and everything about playing at Wembley for England - I'll never forget it.

"You want to come and impress, everyone does, but I want to help whenever I'm called upon. I will make sure I'm ready and I'll give 110 per cent every time I play for my country."

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Coady starred for England at the back with strikers Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Danny Ings also getting on the score-sheet.

Meanwhile, England return to action on Sunday when they face Belgium in a Nations League clash.

Gareth Southgate's team then take on Denmark next Wednesday in another Nations League fixture.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/ITV/ITV

Topics: Football News, Conor Coady, Football, England, Wolves, Wales

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