England lost 0-1 at home to Denmark, and Maguire's red card was undoubtedly a turning point in the game. Two rather reckless tackle fouls by the Manchester United centre-back resulted in him being sent off just half an hour after the start.
Soon after the opening, Maguire received a yellow card for shoveling Paulson. "Sky Sports" guest commentator Gary Neville thinks this ball is considered lucky, Maguire's action is between the yellow card and the red card.
In the 31st minute, Maguire stopped the ball too much without being pressed, and then recklessly dropped Dolberg, who was about to steal the ball. The second yellow card and the red card that followed were definitely There is no escape. Gary Neville commented: “He made a mistake, don’t make the second one. That stop ball made him lose, and he has the next move. The ball can’t run away.”
The famous Sutton said: “Before the red card, England was the better performer. We can’t defend Maguire, because after the first yellow card (and doing so) is a brainless. For the referee , This is an easy decision to make."
As Gary Neville said, this red card is like a summary of Maguire's past 4-6 weeks. There is no doubt that the England centre-back is at a bad time in his career. Next, Manchester United will usher in a wave of the devil's schedule, and Maguire needs to get back his state and confidence as soon as possible.