Harry Maguire says he gained’t change his taking part in type when England face Ukraine within the Euro 2020 quarter-finals, regardless of being one reserving away from a suspension.
The Three Lions defender picked up a yellow card within the excellent last-16 2-Zero win over Germany on Tuesday.
And if Maguire will get one other warning in opposition to Ukraine, he’ll miss the semi-final conflict ought to England attain that stage.
Requested if he has any trepidation going into the match, the Manchester United captain informed talkSPORT’s Faye Carruthers: “Clearly if I do choose up a yellow card I miss the semi-final.
“However I haven’t even thought concerning the semi-final. That is now a quarter-final in a serious match so we all know it’s going to be a tricky sport.
“I’m not wanting ahead to something previous Ukraine.
“We have to go there, get the victory and I’ll play my regular sport and we’ll see the place it takes us.”
England shall be taking part in a Euro 2020 match away from Wembley for the primary time within the match.
The Three Lions tackle Ukraine on the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Saturday, which is LIVE on talkSPORT from 8pm.
England boss Gareth Southgate advised a change of surroundings might work in his aspect’s favour as Maguire insists the gamers will make their very own environment with no English supporters allowed to journey to Italy.
He stated: “It’s an iconic stadium. It’s going to be a very good environment.
“It’s not going to be the identical environment to what we’ve had at Wembley. We’ll need to cope with that. We’ll create our personal environment within the stadium.
“I’ve fond reminiscences there, we [Manchester United] bought by way of to the Europa League semi-finals. It’s a completely totally different sport and we’re wanting ahead to it.
“The environment the opposite day was unimaginable [against Germany at Wembley].
“For us as gamers, taking part in at Wembley it’s our house. We all know at tournaments you’ve bought to beat totally different challenges and that is one other one we’ve bought to beat.”
England go into the Ukraine conflict as big favourites to play Denmark or the Czech Republic within the semi-finals.
Nevertheless, Maguire isn’t taking Ukraine flippantly.
He added: “I’ve been actually impressed by them. The type of soccer, the rules they’ve, they play the appropriate manner.
“They’ve some nice gamers on the prime finish of the pitch. We’re not likely centered on the opposition, we by no means are.
“We’re actually ourselves. We’ll be respectful of the opposition. They’re a very good crew and we have to carry out to the next degree.
“If we try this, we’ll give ourselves a fantastic alternative of reaching a semi-final.”