Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson has said he is not too concerned about his penalty miss against Romania in a 1-0 friendly tie.
The Liverpool skipper was introduced in the second half off, his first taste of competitive game since February.
When England got their second penalty of the night, Henderson stepped up to take the spot kick but saw his effort saved.
Despite the miss, England held on for the 1-0 win they earned through Marcus Rashford’s 68th minute penalty.
“I was confident but it was a good save, it wasn’t a great penalty, a good height for the goalkeeper but I am not too bothered. It would have been nice to cap the comeback off with a goal,” Henderson told BBC Radio 5 post-game.
“There is excitement, you feel that but this week’s training has been really good intensity, the lads have been focussed, professional in the games but we will work on what we need and come the first game we will be ready.”
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