It was heartbreak for Jordan Henderson and England, but delight for Dejan Lovren and Croatia as the Vatreni beat the Three Lions to advance to a final showdown against France.
Henderson played 97 minutes of this game before being replaced by Eric Dier. Lovren played the full 120 minutes as Croatia reached the final- his second major final this year after the Champions League with Liverpool.
This was also the first time in 31 games that Henderson had suffered defeat in an England jersey. The Three Lions went ahead through Trippier (5), but lost as Croatia scored through Perisic (68) and Mandzukic (109)
Trent Alexander Arnold was an unused substitute.
Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet was also an unused sub as Belgium lost 1-0 in their World Cup semifinal to France.
LFC players played a starring role in England’s 2-2 draw against Spain at Wembley. The Three Lions’ first goal of the game was scored from the penalty spot by Adam Lallana while Jordan Henderson assisted Jamie Vardy for England’s second.
Former Reds player Iago Aspas, currently plying his trade for Celta Vigo, was one of Spain’s goal scorers on the evening as well.
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Liverpool have picked up two awards in the Premier League monthly ones announced today, with Jordan Henderson winning Goal of the Month for his fabulous strike v Chelsea and Jurgen Klopp winning the Manager of the Month.
Spurs’ Heung-Min Son became the first Asian player to win the Player of the Month award, preventing the Reds from completing a clean sweep
Jordan Henderson has been appointed as Liverpool’s new captain for the 2015/16 Premier League season following the offseason departure of Steven Gerrard to MLS club LA Galaxy.
“I’m absolutely delighted and proud. It is a great honour and a huge privilege to be named as the captain of this football club” Continue reading
Jordan Henderson has committed his long term future to Liverpool by inking a fresh 5 year contract with the Reds, rumoured to be worth £100,000 a week. The new contract will keep Henderson at Anfield till 2020.
Henderson, whose wife recently gave birth to their second child, joined Liverpool in 2011 from Sunderland and is a hot favourite to take over the club captaincy officially next season when Steven Gerrard moves to the States. Continue reading