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Jarrod Bowen name-drops Tottenham’s James Maddison to praise him for his role in England vs Belgium draw

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English superstar lavishes praise on Tottenham ace James Maddison

The recent match between England and Belgium elicited mixed emotions, with fans and players experiencing both frustration and relief. While some were disappointed by the draw, others found solace in England avoiding defeat. Among the players, Jude Bellingham stood out for his remarkable performance.

His late goal for England earned widespread praise, salvaging a draw that prevented the team from suffering a second consecutive defeat. Despite some early errors, Bellingham demonstrated resilience by bouncing back and making a significant impact on the game.

However, the match also saw mistakes from players like Jordan Pickford, Ivan Toney, and Lewis Dunk. In contrast, Tottenham star James Maddison received considerable acclaim for his tenacity and determination displayed on the field. Maddison’s resilience was evident throughout the game, earning him admiration from fans and pundits alike.

James Maddison
James Maddison is being praised for his performance in the England and Belgium draw.

Jarrod Bowen, speaking to Sky Sports, expressed admiration for Tottenham’s James Maddison and hailed his performance for England. Bowen described Maddison’s presence on the field as a unique and unforgettable experience. Despite his disappointment with the draw, Bowen acknowledged Maddison’s standout performance and couldn’t help but praise him for his contributions during the match.

“Today we deserved more than a draw, but we kept fighting and got there in the end. Everyone played their part. Madders played the ball to Jude so it’s not just about the starting 11. A lot of players have played and everyone has looked at ease.”

Jarrod Bowen to Sky Sports, as reported by the BBC.

England’s unbeaten record against Belgium on English soil is impressive, with six wins and two draws. Interestingly, the other game in which they failed to secure a victory also saw them come from behind to draw 2-2, back in 1964. James Maddison’s performance in the recent match against Belgium has been credited with helping secure the draw and preventing a potential defeat for England.

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Tottenham fans are hopeful that Maddison will bring the same level of energy and determination to the Premier League as he displayed in international matches. They believe that his performances have the potential to contribute to Spurs’ success this season and help the team achieve victory in various competitions.

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