Jamie Redknapp believes Mason Mount will be England’s very personal Kevin De Bruyne.
The Chelsea star scored the successful purpose on Sunday to safe a 2-1 victory over Belgium within the Nations League with a 64th-minute deflected strike.
De Bruyne is likely one of the world’s greatest midfielders and confirmed his class at Wembley with an outrageous cross to Yannick Carrasco shortly earlier than being withdrawn within the 73rd minute.
Sky Sports activities pundit Redknapp mentioned: “We had been purring watching a few of Kevin De Bruyne’s passes and he comes to seek out the ball.
“After we discuss Mount I would like him to try this extra, he can do it for us, you haven’t received to remain out on the correct.”
Mount scored seven objectives and registered 5 assists in a breakout Premier League marketing campaign with Chelsea final time period.
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He’s a daily starter beneath Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge and seems to have one other huge fan in Gareth Southgate.
The England boss insists Mount was a ‘very underappreciated’ participant.
He instructed talkSPORT: “He’s a high participant. He can obtain [the ball] beneath strain.
“He’s clever along with his motion. He’s, in fact, nonetheless studying. To seek out area within the first-half was tough.
“However in a tactical sport the place it’s simply as vital defensively what the forwards do, to have a participant like him who can do each side… the way in which that Marcus Rashford did, the way in which Dominic Calvert-Lewin did.
“I learn loads of issues about Mason and I believe he’s a really underappreciated participant – however not by us.”