Liverpool star Adam Lallana scored in England’s 3-0 victory over Scotland at Wembley stadium in their World Cup qualification clash in Group F on Friday evening.
England managed to beat Scotlan convincingly but Lallana thought that his side still has room to improve going forwards.
Lallana felt that England were sloppy in the first half and that they must work on their weaknesses going into the international friendly clash against Spain on Tuesday.
“It wasn’t as comfortable as we would have liked at the start of the game. We started sloppily and said a few things to one another at half time,” Lallana was quoted as saying on the official FA website.
“We got the goals in the second half at the right time and 3-0 looks more comfortable than the game suggests but it gives us things to work on ahead of the game on Tuesday.”
England remained in first place in Group F following the victory over Scotland but face a far tougher test against footballing giants Spain on Tuesday – although the game means less considering it is just a friendly.
Spain will also have rested a day less than England considering they play Macedonia on Saturday at home in their next World Cup qualification clash.
Spain are currently first in Group G on seven points but are ahead of Italy on goal difference.