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Cole Palmer scored his first goal for England in Euro warmup

In the Euro 2024 warm-up on Monday, Cole Palmer scored his first goal for England, and the Chelsea forward's penalty helped his team defeat Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0. At Newcastle's St James' Park, Palmer celebrated his first-ever Three Lions debut with a masterful spot-kick in the second half. The 22-year-old showcased his incredible Chelsea form in only his third game for England, strengthening his chances of being included in Gareth Southgate's Euro team. The second standout performer for England in their last match before the Euros begin in Germany was Trent Alexander-Arnold.

The Liverpool player, who Southgate once again used in midfield rather than at right back, finished the game with the second goal for England. An uneven performance from an under-strength England team was well glossed over by Harry Kane, who came off the bench in the second half to make his comeback to health.

 

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