Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is dreaming of Euro 2020 success having watched a part of England’s march to the World Cup semi-finals in a London bar.
The midfielder missed over a year of soccer after suffering a knee injury that prevents him in addition to the successive Champions League looks of Liverpool.
However, Oxlade-Chamberlain has been recalled by England boss Gareth Southgate for its upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers from Kosovo and Bulgaria and is matched.
When asked if he had been due a bit of luck at Euro 2020he responded:”Yes, I think that it’s written in the stars I’d like to evaluate the winner!
“I really don’t like to sit right now and say I was really unfortunate to miss this specific tournament or that you.
“The timing was unlucky, but boys have accidents that stop them playing complete stop. I have had the opportunity to come back. I have got to block the time of these injuries to provide me the chance I can be.
“It is every boy’s dream. We have to respect what’s in front of us and we could dream those dreams, but first of all we have got to beat Bulgaria and Kosovo.
“There might be a bit more of an expectation going in the next tournament. But that’s fascinating for us and I think this squad has the confidence inside it to deal with this.
“We’d all sit here now saying that are the dream come true, especially with a great deal of it being Wembley. It doesn’t get much better than that”
His time filled by taking a keen interest in the company world and visiting quite a few hospitals.
That does not mean that he turned away from soccer and he revealed he travelled to cheer on England in their Team G beat to Belgium.
“In the home,” he responded when asked where he watched the World Cup this past year.
“It all had been home, and one of those matches in Box Park. That was intriguing. . .that was an adventure.
“I had a hat and eyeglasses, but yeah did not do me much good. I had been shocked. That was the very first time I watched a football game with soccer fans, of my team, if that is reasonable.
“I’ve never been into a pub where there is a lot of Liverpool lovers or Arsenal fans and watched it with them, never been to a pub with England lovers, or inside a huge area, to see what it means for them.
“It was just like a surreal moment in which I could watch my partners on the display doing what I usually do, and how everybody around them was reacting and also what it’s meant to them. This was surreal. I was idolising them well
“Just watching them do that and what it was creating around me, I was like’oh my God, that is Raheem Sterling, consider what he is done, do I really do that’?”