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Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his 2012 Sweden wonder-goal: I give England a gift for life

Actor and Man United fan Dominic Monaghan enters the Heineken Boot Room to chat about and give his impression of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he has a clear favourite among the nearly 500 goals in his career -- his spectacular overhead volley from distance against England in 2012.

The striker scored four goals in the game, including three in the final 12 minutes, to help Sweden win the friendly, but it will be the last strike that will be remembered long after his career is over.

Ibrahimovic got under a poor headed clearance from Joe Hart, and without letting the ball hit the ground, flicked the ball over his head...

Tottenham defender Kyle Walker-Peters confident he can build on last year

Georges-Kevin N'Koudou scored the lone goal early in the second half to lead Tottenham to victory over Milan in Minnesota.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino feels English sides are at a disadvantage to European clubs due to the transfer window closing earlier.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham will aim to improve on their third-place finish, even if they don't sign any new players.

Last season was a mixed one for Tottenham's young full-back Kyle Walker-Peters, with chances taken at the beginning and end but lengthy periods of inactivity in between.

Having won the Under-20 World Cup with England last summer, the 21-year-old made his Premier League debut against Newcastle on the opening day of the campaign and was named man of the match.

But Spurs promptly signed Serge Aurier and Walker-Peters only started four further matches after that. Three of those came in the League Cup...

Tottenham's Harry Kane 'booed' by golf fans at The Open

Harry Kane was in attendance as The Open golf championship wrapped up in Scotland over the weekend.

Still on extended preseason leave following his exploits at the World Cup, the Tottenham striker was in the stands to watch Francesco Molinari seal the deal at Carnoustie.

Things weren't quite so courteous when Kane appeared on Sky Sports to take on the "99-yard challenge."

Indeed, a chorus of good-natured jeers arose when presenter Nick Dougherty introduced the England striker to the local crowd.


Man United need to show Marcus Rashford he has a future, or he may leave

After reaching the World Cup semifinals, England's unexpectedly golden generation return to their Premier League clubs with vastly enhanced reputations. Yet while most will have regular places in the starting XI, Marcus Rashford goes back to Old Trafford with an uncertain future.

Though the 20-year-old was outstanding in one of Manchester United's most significant wins of last season -- a 2-1 home win over Liverpool -- he did not manage to escape his role as an impact substitute and started 17 Premier...

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World Cup lessons: France beware, sympathy for Neymar, VAR importance

With the World Cup over, here's a look at what we've learned from the tournament, including a warning for the winners and sympathy for Neymar.

Europe still rules the world

Western Europe has won four World Cups in a row, a sequence that no region has achieved before. Yet four different teams have triumphed, which shows that the strength is regional and not tied to one nation. The rest of the world, with about 94 percent of the planet's population, has produced just one top-three finish at...

England's top performers in Russia include Kieran Trippier, Harry Maguire and Jordan Pickford

The dust has settled on England's wild World Cup ride and, though it ended in underwhelming fashion with defeat to Belgium in the third-place playoff, many of Gareth Southgate's squad left Russia knowing that their performances have boosted their standing in the football world and beyond.

ESPN FC takes a look at the five England players who did most to bolster their reputations at the World Cup.

Kieran Trippier

It's incredible to think that a year ago Trippier wasn't even considered a starter for...