England beat Iran 6-2 in our first game of the 2022 World Cup before being held to a goalless draw by USA in our second game.
Reacting to the boos from England fans after goalless draw against USA, Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford said: “I feel like if we play well in the next game, that USA game will be forgotten.
“It’s not a nice feeling. But to be honest we don’t need fans to boo us to know we have not played well. It was a feeling that was mutual among the group – that we could have done better.
“You do question if you would have changed things in the build-up to the game but that is natural as players because you want to win as many games as you can.
“When you don’t win it’s disappointing but we can’t be so negative about it. We’re in a good position in the group.
“When you win a game, you are the best team in the world. When you lose, you are the worst. That’s football. As players you have to keep a balance.”