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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tottenham's Christian Eriksen: No. 10s can't 'chill' while defending anymore

Christian Eriksen has stressed the importance of pressing in midfield, saying it's no longer possible for a No. 10 to "chill" while defending at Tottenham.

Striker Harry Kane may wear the No. 10 for Spurs, but Eriksen -- who wears it on international duty with Denmark -- fills that traditional role when on the ball, but he has also developed a reputation for harrying opponents on the ball.

And he said the system employed by Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino demands constant pressing.

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Denmark to play Germany to mark Euro 1992 anniversary

Denmark claimed their only major tournament success at the 1992 European Championship.

Germany will play Denmark in June 2017 in a match marking the 25th anniversary of the Scandinavian country's historic 1992 European Championship triumph.

To celebrate their famous 2-0 victory over Germany, which came after Denmark had been invited to the tournament as the result of Yugoslavia's expulsion, the Danish FA requested the friendly take place.

Germany accepted the invitation and a game will be played on June 6, 2017, in Copenhagen.

"It will be a fantastic occasion to play against Denmark,...

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Spain rally late to salvage draw at England; Italy and Germany goalless

The FC panel discuss whether England's result against Spain finally guarantees Gareth Southgate the England job.

Spain rallied with two late goals to salvage a 2-2 draw with England in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday.

Adam Lallana opened the scoring for England from the penalty spot, the Liverpool man playing a whipped-in pass to spring Jamie Vardy in Spain's penalty area, and he was taken down by Pepe Reina with the referee pointing immediately to the spot.

Lallana stepped up and calmly fired home past Reina to put England up 1-0. It was the third goal in as many international matches for Lallana, who was...