England Overcome Serbia’s Challenge in Tight Euro 2024 Qualifier

In a hard-fought Euro 2024 qualifying match, England secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Serbia at Wembley Stadium. The game, played on [Date], saw England’s Jude Bellingham score the decisive goal in the 13th minute, while goalkeeper Jordan Pickford made a crucial save late in the game to preserve the lead.

Predrag Rajkovic (GK) of Serbia had a mixed outing, denying Trent Alexander-Arnold before making a stunning save to deny Harry Kane. Milos Veljkovic (RCB), Nikola Milenkovic (CB), and Strahinja Pavlovic (LCB) struggled to contain England’s attack at times, with Andrija Zivkovic (RWB) providing some lively moments for the visitors.

For England, Kyle Walker’s incisive pass led to Bellingham’s goal, while John Stones (CB) and Marc Guéhi (CB) delivered composed performances in defense. Declan Rice (CM) and Bellingham (CM) were influential in midfield, with the latter earning the Man of the Match award.

The result sees England maintain their position at the top of their Euro 2024 qualifying group, as they continue their preparations for next year’s tournament in Germany.

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