Starting Euro 2016 is much easier for Jamie Vardy

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]amie Vardy’s two goals in a week for the national team will make him a permanent No.10 in June despite of Wayne Rooney’s recovery.

A decent come back match against World Champions Germany and defeat against Netherlands thats the complete story of England’s International friendlies ahead of Euro 2016, But Vardy scored on both matches.

Vardy’s transformation has create huge impact for The Leicester City and earned him a place in England’s national team. His consistency in goal scoring is the key success for his career graph.

Rooney was sidelined due to his injury, but Vardy used that perfectly and proved he is capable of permanent No.10 along with Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Roy Hodgson has only problem with defense, but he got good finishers in frontline. He may focus to choose other strikers to start the Euro 2016.

Vardy can start the Euro 2016 despite of Rooney’s record breaking goals for the Three Lions. Place your euro 2016 odds for Jamie Vardy and the England to get a sure win.

Rooney will take time to complete recover from his injury so new young players will get chances to fill the place of the Manchester United striker.

But, Rooney has positive thought about his situation on recent interview.

‘As I’ve said throughout my career, at Manchester United and England, I never take my place for granted,’ he said. ‘You want to play but it’s great that the competition is there. The quality we’ve got is exciting to be a part of, and I can’t wait to get fit and get out there with the lads.

‘It excites me (the competition). First of all I want England to be successful and win trophies. The decision is down to Roy Hodgson but I want to be there, I want to be involved, and help lead this team to be successful.

‘In previous tournaments if everyone was fit, more or less the team was set. Now no-one knows what’s going to happen. He (Hodgson) could play three or four different teams, different combinations, I really believe we have that quality.’


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