Pietersen on the england outer says buckling is due to “lack of gravity” and it was a difficult situation to escape from
“We were just trying to play it safe and not make a mistake in the end.”
Hudson was caught in a series of tough tackles at goal which ultimately saved the game from being ended by two late penalties
He said he knew at least one player from the England team had been hurt by the tackle
“The players on the pitch were shocked and disappointed but tha우리카지노t’s the way it goes. We’ve lost a friend for the rest of the weekend and will miss the game a great deal but we’ve got a lot of good players coming through so we’ll be OK.”
Andersen said he was disappointed 우리카지노to lose the game but he didn’t know much more beyond that when asked if it was a blow to the England team.
“I’m disappointed because it’s been a great run but I’d say the players we have are all good enough to take this step on. If we had to lose to Spain again it would be a really bad blow for us.
“You just want to give it a week or two and see if that helps. All you can do is see what happens. You could be saying ‘what have we done for the rest of the game?’ and all I can think of is 바카라사이트playing and we’ve done a good job in the middle.
“It’s still the biggest tournament we’ve gone through all year, it’s been huge.
“I’m not trying to put anything on it because we’ve won the last three tournaments. We just want to go back out to Spain and score points for ourselves.”
Hudson says: “We will be doing a bit of a lot better in tomorrow’s tournament and hopefully that comes in the end.”
He added that he had only spoken to England captain Mike Phelan who is back home “with his family”
This is the second time England have lost on the second day of the World Cup
England face Uruguay in their last World Cup Group B round and they lost the first two in Sao Paulo in 2006 and 2006
England are also three points adrift of fourth-placed Colombia with two games remaining
Tries: Graham Ono (38), Jack Nowell (50)
Scotland defender Mike Phillips also scored in the win over England
England: Lallana; Davies, Hales, Farrell, O’Connor, Young