Raheem Sterling dropped by England after clash with Joe Gomez at St George’s Park

Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez
and clashed at Anfield on Sunday (Picture: Getty Images)

Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez needed to be separated by England team-mates at St George’s Park on Monday as their spat at Anfield the day prior to this spilled over into worldwide obligation, and Sterling has been punished consequently.

Sterling is not going to be thought-about for England’s clash with Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday for his involvement within the incident, though he will stay with the squad.

An FA assertion learn: ‘The FA can confirm Raheem Sterling will not be considered for Thursday’s EURO 2020 qualifier towards Montenegro because of a disturbance in a non-public group space at St. George’s Park at the moment. He will stay with the squad.’

The Manchester City and Liverpool gamers clashed in the course of the Premier League recreation between the groups on Sunday, with a textbook bit of purses as City had been overwhelmed 3-1 by the house aspect.



The gamers squared-up to one another after a problem earlier than being separated by Gomez’s Liverpool team-mate James Milner.

The Telegraph reviews that Sterling instigated the hostilities on arrival on England obligation, making an attempt to impress a bodily response from Gomez, which the Liverpool defender averted, remaining calm.

Sterling realised the error of his methods and later apologised, however that has not saved him from being axed from the group for Thursday.

Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez
Relations between Sterling and Gomez should not good (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)

England tackle Montenegro on Thursday night time earlier than touring to play Kosovo on Sunday as they give the impression of being to wrap up high spot in Group A of Euro 2020 qualifying.

The spat between the Three Lions team-mates is not going to have carried out something to assist ’s preparation for the contests and will likely be trying to put the disagreement behind the gamers as shortly as attainable.

Southgate commented on the state of affairs: ‘We have taken the choice to not take into account Raheem for the match towards Montenegro on Thursday.

‘One of the great challenges and strengths for us is that we’ve been in a position to separate membership rivalries from the nationwide group. Unfortunately the feelings of yesterday’s recreation had been nonetheless uncooked.

‘My feeling is that the right thing for the team is the action we have taken. Now that the decision has been made with the agreement of the entire squad, it’s necessary that we help the gamers and concentrate on Thursday night time.’

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