Balotelli header sinks England


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England needed a swift response, and delivered it almost instantly. Sterling’s pass cut through the right-hand side of Italy’s defence and Rooney offered up the perfect invitation for Sturridge to steer in his cross at the far post.

In the goal celebrations, physio Lewin injured an ankle and was taken off on a stretcher.

Italy ended the half on top as Phil Jagielka headed off the line from Balotelli and Candreva struck the post from a tight angle.

Hodgson addressed the problems on England’s left flank by switching Welbeck from the right to start the second half – but this was once again the source of problems as Italy regained the lead five minutes after the break.

Baines could not prevent Candreva getting in a cross, and Balotelli escaped from Gary Cahill to score with a simple header at the far post.

Hodgson introduced Everton youngster Ross Barkley just after the hour as England continued to create opportunities.

Rooney pulled a shot wide at the near post after he was played in by Baines, while Barkley ended a weaving run into the area with a shot that was pushed away by the diving Sirigu.

Sirigu also did well to stop a Baines free-kick as conditions finally started to take their toll and players on both sides visibly tired.

Pirlo, predictably, almost had the final say with a magnificent swerving free-kick that rebounded off the bar with Hart motionless.

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