18 England players already in the 1000-minute club

Date published: Tuesday 17th November 2020 7:36

With fears about players burning out and Premier League clubs shouting ‘oi’ to Gareth Southgate as he picks his England team for the deadest of rubbers against Iceland, we look at the English players past the 1000-minute mark for club and country already this season – from least to most minutes…

 

18) Marcus Rashford: 1017 minutes (855 Manchester United, 162 England)
Now injured. Obviously.

17) Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 1061 minutes (835 Everton, 226 England)
England’s No. 2 striker.

16) Conor Coady: 1080 minutes (810 Wolves, 270 England)
Would have been more but for the ‘rona.

15) Aaron Ramsdale: 1080 minutes (720 Sheffield United, 360 England Under-21)
Goalkeepers don’t get tired.

14) James Justin: 1088 minutes (908 Leicester City, 180 England Under-21)
One of the true emerging stars of the season.

13) Harry Maguire: 1111 minutes (900 Manchester United, 211 England)
Self-inflicted wounds have prevented burn-out.

12) Trent Alexander-Arnold: 1137 minutes (954 Liverpool, 183 England)
Now injured.

11) Bukayo Saka: 1157 minutes (876 Arsenal, 281 England/England Under-21)
That’s a whole lot of football at 19.

10) Michael Keane: 1170 minutes (990 Everton, 180 England)
Yet to miss a single minute for Everton this season.

9) Raheem Sterling: 1176 minutes (996 Man City, 180 England)
Now injured.

8) Joe Gomez: 1217 minutes (979 Liverpool, 228 England)
Now really injured.

7) Declan Rice: 1246 minutes (810 West Ham, 436 England)
Started every Nations League game. England are now out of the Nations League.

6) Mason Mount: 1257 minutes (891 Chelsea, 366 England)
Coaches like him. His only crime is being more Frank Lampard than Jack Grealish.

5) Eric Dier: 1260 minutes (900 Tottenham, 369 England)
The last 90 for England did not go well.

4) Jordan Pickford: 1260 minutes (810 Everton, 450 England)
The last however many for Everton did not go well.

3) Kieran Trippier: 1298 minutes (900 Atletico Madrid, 398 England)
Not finished yet.

2) Kyle Walker: 1376 minutes (1036 Manchester City, 340 England)
Seriously, he should not be playing in the Carabao Cup.

1) Harry Kane: 1378 minutes (1006 Tottenham, 372 England)
Injury can only be just around the corner.

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