The 20-year-old has got his name on the national team’s record book for a bad reason.
England are left to struggle for qualification after a 1-0 loss to Denmark saw them fell to 3rd place.
Not just a bad game for the English men, but worst debut for Reece James who got booked after the game.
The right back who got slammed a red card after the match is to miss England’s next game as it’s seen as a Post Red Card.
Reason being dissent against the Referee, Jesus Gil Marzano as Gary Southgate gets third man send-off.
Speaking about the incident, Chelsea transfer target, Declan Rice said, “Reece James looked like he’d been out here for 30-40 caps tonight,”
Rice said to BBC’s 5Live post-match. “I’ve been with him since the Under-8s and I know he’s capable of that.
“He’s a fantastic young player and gives us another option going forward and I don’t think that sending off should affect how positively we look at his performance.
“Until [Maguire’s] sending off happened I thought we were playing really well and using the ball really well. Reece James and Mason Mount were creating some great chances for us but we just couldn’t put the ball in the back of the net.”
Maguire was another man to get his name booked during the game for an awful reason as his hard tackle on Kasper Dolberg had him shown the second yellow card of the game.
Just while he is walking off the pitch, former Spurs man, Christian Eriksen scored the only goal from the penalty spot.
Speaking about Maguire’s incident, Harry Kane said, “I think it’s one of those games, when as professional athletes, you lay your heart on the line and a few things don’t go your way, it’s part of the learning curve,” Kane said to Sky Sports.
“I’m sure Reece will learn from it. When you’re going at 120% and things don’t quite happen it’s frustrating.”
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