Sterling defends Gomez after England boos, admits he was at fault following bust-up
Sterling defends Gomez after England boos, admits he was at fault following bust-up
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Sterling defends Gomez after England boos, admits he was at fault following bust-up

Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling has leapt to the defence of Joe Gomez, who was booed during their England vs Montenegro match on Thursday night. 

The Liverpool defender was a second-half introduction during the 7-0 win at Wembley, but was welcomed by a chorus of boos from a section of the fans. 

Sterling, who missed the tie following a bust-up with the defender early this week, moved to defend his teammate, further taking responsibility for their bust-up. 

The bust-up was a as a result of a hotly-contesnted Premier League match between Mancehster City and Liverpool on Sunday evening, when the two clashed. 

"To all the @England fans," he wrote on Twitter. "I wanted to leave things at it was but tonight I have to speak again: it was hard for me to see my team mate get booed for something that was my fault,"

"Especially after a difficult week for him to be booed when he came on tonight was wrong. I’ve taken full responsibility and accepted the consequence. I felt as though I had to say this get home safe every one #Euro2020

 

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