You know you’re on the right path when you’re disappointed at drawing against Spain.
That was the case for England last night, who squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 against La Roja at Wembley Stadium.
Goals from Iago Aspas and Isco in the final seven minutes of the contest meant both nations took a share of the spoils in the friendly.
Gareth Southgate, who looks certain to be appointed England’s permanent manager now, gave Jamie Vardy an opportunity to break his 14-game goal drought against the Spaniards and it was a chance he duly took, heading home in the 48th minute from Jordan Henderson’s delivery.
Having seen Daniel Sturridge score in the 3-0 win against Scotland, Vardy will have been itching to get on the scoresheet and prove his worth. The Leicester City man couldn’t have done much more - he won the penalty that Adam Lallana converted before doubling England’s lead.
Yet his inclusion in the starting line-up promoted some debate from the ITV Sport pundits Ian Wright and Ryan Giggs.
Debate quickly turned to trolling, on Wright’s part.
Wright trolls Giggs
Making note of Vardy’s scoreless run, presenter Mark Pougatch asked Wright, Arsenal’s all-time goalscorer before Thierry Henry came along, if he had ever gone that long without a goal.
Wright was bemused. “What… what’s that?”
He then turned to the former Manchester United player. “Giggsy, what’s it like not scoring for that long? I don’t know.”
Giggs wasn't happy
It was a gentle remark but Giggs seemed to take offence. “Why you being nasty?”, he asked as he placed his hand on Wright’s arm.
Cue laughter from fellow pundits Lee Dixon and Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka.
“I’m not being nasty,” Wright responded.
Go to 7:25 in the video below to check out the funny incident.
Who was the better player: Giggs or Wright? Let us know in the comments section below!
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