Leicester City midfielder James Maddison still admits. He is still hoping for a England cap. World cup final at the end of this year
Leicester return to victory for the first time in the Premier League following a 4-0 home win over Nottingham Forest, with Maddison scoring twice in the game alone. And that allows the team situation to alleviate some pressure. Like the players’ hopes at the World Cup, Maddison has played 42 games since last season and contributed 27 goals for the team17 goals, 10 assists. Which if looking at the statistics alone He’s even more outstanding than Phil Foden, Jack Grealish or Mason Mount. But in terms of performance, Leicester have started the new season with their toughest start in years.
“For me, the World Cup is one of the driving forces is my goal It is one of the great opportunities that I would like to participate in. And I know I will do well. I have that confidence.”
“Leicester is in the current situation. It’s a tough situation given that we are at the bottom of the table. But for me, I’m confident that I’m playing better and better. It was very strange. And I will keep my self-confidence and keep working hard.”