Afternoon Report: November 20

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Chelsea captain John Terry has been ruled out of returning to the England setup by manager Roy Hodgson.

Terry, who has 78 international caps, had been tipped for a return to the Three Lions squad, however Hodgson has insisted that the national side have moved on.

Jack Wilshere has revealed that he wants to become Arsenal's captain in the future.

Wilshere, who is just 21-years-old, believes he will be able to handle more responsibility at the Emirates.

Sergio Aguero has admitted that he must keep on scoring if Manchester City are going to challenge for silverware this season.

Manuel Pellegrini's side have had an indifferent start to the season and the Argentine forward has put pressure on himself to deliver for the Citizens.

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has targeted a long term role at centre-back for England.

The former Fulham star played alongside Phil Jagielka in Roy Hodgson's side last night as the Three Lions were beaten 1-0 by Germany and now Smalling wants to make the position his own.

Barcelona ace Cesc Fabregas has committed his long-term future to the Catalans.

The Spanish international has been linked with a return to Arsenal, however the 26-year-old has insisted that he will stay at the Nou Camp.

And finally, Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo scored a sensational hat-trick last night to book Portugal's place in next summer's World Cup.

The 28-year-old outscored Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the Portuguese sealed a 4-2 aggregate win against Sweden.

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