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Jack Grealish has spoken out on Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold as he pulled out of England’s squad for the EURO 2020 due to injury.
Alexander-Arnold suffered a thigh injury during a friendly match against Austria and will miss the Euros.
The Three Lions begin their Euro campaign with a game against Croatia on June 13.
“I got a few kicks last week in the two games, but like I said after those games if I am doing something to help the team then I will do that,” said Grealish.
“You look around our team and see the set-piece takers we have got, especially Tripps (Kieran Trippier).
“It was unfortunate that Trent went home, but there are still so many people who have absolutely unbelievable set-piece delivery. So if I am getting fouled I will take the hits for the team. That doesn’t really bother me.”