Video: Dele Alli embarrasses Danny Drinkwater in England training

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Leicester City might have beaten Tottenham to the Premier League title, but it looks like Dele Alli still thinks he can get one over on Danny Drinkwater.

Alli may not have a winners medal to add to his collection, yet he clearly wants the last laugh over the Foxes' star.

The pair have been called up to the England squad ahead of Euro 2016, and it seems there's still a little bit of rivalry in the camp.


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Alli's skills

The Spurs midfielder showed off his skills at Drinkwater's expense before finding the back of the net, leaving the Leicester man, as well as goalkeeper Joe Hart, looking pretty confused as to what had just happened.

No mercy. 

Alli, who only made his international debut last year, has been tipped to play a key role in the Three Lions' campaign in France, where he will also be joined by club team-mates Harry Kane, Danny Rose, Eric Dier and Kyle Walker.

Sure starter

The 20-year-old can expect to start in their first game against Russia on June 11, though England boss Roy Hodgson has admitted to concerns about the starlet's discipline.

Having missed Spurs' last three games of the season through suspension after a punch on West Brom's Claudio Yacob, Hodgson has suggested that Alli's temper could be targeted by other sides this summer.

Judging by this clip, though, it would be madness for Hodgson to leave him out.

Should Dele Alli and Danny Drinkwater start for England this summer? Have your say in the comments. 


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