Gareth Southgate has insisted Harry Maguire will come again stronger after the defender’s nightmare begin to the season continued with a purple card in England’s defeat to Denmark.
The Manchester United centre-back was despatched for an early tub after committing two clumsy challenges, with referee Jesus Manzano brandishing a second yellow and decreasing England to 10 males.
It piles extra distress on the previous Leicester man, who was embroiled within the centre of a media storm within the post-season following his arrest in Mykonos, Greece.
However Southgate is assured his luck will flip, insisting the 27-year-old is merely going by means of a tricky interval, whereas individuals who criticise him must ‘know higher’.
“He’s going by means of a type of intervals the place a variety of issues are going towards him,” Southgate instructed talkSPORT.
“He’s getting all types of feedback from individuals who ought to know higher.
“However he’s sturdy and he’s simply received to powerful this era out.
“You’ve got these intervals as human beings when life doesn’t all the time go easily.
“He’ll get by means of it and he’ll be a greater participant and a stronger for it.”
Jamie Redknapp echoed the feelings of the England boss, admitting the lack of confidence in Maguire’s recreation was clear for all to see.
“It’s straightforward for us to sit down right here and rip him aside: ‘He’s having a nightmare, he’s conceding objectives,’” Redknapp stated at half-time.
“He’s having a second. He’s having a very unhealthy second in his profession, he’s going to need to by some means pull himself collectively, he’s received to get again. Massive weekend for him developing for Manchester United.
“He’s received to get his confidence again as a result of he’s a participant actually missing confidence. There’s a lot occurring in his life and I feel we typically neglect that.
“If you exit on the soccer area you assume every part goes to be proper, however you possibly can genuinely see he’s actually struggling together with his recreation for the time being.”