John Stones’ reaction to his mistake in England’s 2-1 win over Poland impressed Gareth Southgate, while Kyle Walker said his Man City teammate “might not have recovered” six months ago. With England leading 1–0 thanks to Harry Kane’s penalty kick in the first half, the Stones settled the ball and was sent out of the penalty area, leading to Poland’s goal from Jacob Moder in Brighton. But the Stones recovered to help Harry Maguire win the England national team, so he jumped over his leg from a corner kick from Calvin Phillips to shake the ball down for Maguire, who fired past Wojciech Chesney to clinch England’s third victory in three matches in the World Cup qualifiers. The Stones were easy to “pull out” in this position, and he was pleased with the reaction of the City defender. Southgate said of the Stones, who had played the remarkable second half of the season with Premier League leaders Manchester City: “What we have focused on in the past eighteen months has been eliminating those mistakes and in 14 matches we have received five of them, two of which were penalty kicks in the fall, one. It was a free kick. We knew that was an area we had to improve. 0: 59 England coach Gareth Southgate says the Stones are “a tougher character” after the defender made up for a foul. “Tonight we missed a goal – but the fun thing is that John, in particular,” He quickly regained his composure, recovered in the match, and thankfully he had an important role in the winning goal as well. He built a great deal of flexibility in that period. I didn’t think the pass he sent him helped me, it put more pressure on him. “This is fundamental – every player will make mistakes in matches. Sometimes they get punished and sometimes they don’t. What you’re looking for is this reaction to see how they respond. It would be easy to fold moments and John didn’t. Photo: The Stones cuddle up with Harry Maguire after the win.” This was such an important factor in our survival in the game, as Poland ended up with a bit of momentum, and a decisive tackle in the other square prepared Harry for what was a great shot. He earlier told Sky Sports: “We can’t hide from the bug, but it’s easy to withdraw in those moments, but he didn’t.” He watched the match through his defense, and was able to influence with the winner at the other end, so I think John has gone through a lot, and he’s a tougher and more resilient character to her. ”Walker: Six months ago, Stones 3:19 might not have recovered the highlights of a match. England and Poland are from Group A in the European FIFA World Cup qualifiers, and City teammate Walker was full of praise for the center back, claiming that even six months ago he might not have done so. He recovered from the mistake the way he did, Walker told the network Sky Sports: “It just shows John this year. It was amazing. I’ve worked with him day in and day out, day out in City, the work he’s done to get to where he is now, and the performances he’s on. “Six months ago, John Stones might not have recovered from that, but he went up to the other extreme and got help for a Harry Maguire winner.” He’s been great this season. This bounty to him, and the work he put out of the field, where no one could see, when he got home and did the extra gym, did the extra strength to get to where he is now. “ Dedicating Southgate Rice to the image of praise: Declan Rice starred against Declan Rice of Poland’s West Ham player, who started nine out of his last 10 matches in England, and was the man of the match from Sky Sports at Wembley, a performance Southgate was keen to highlight Players doing amazing things. I thought Declan Rice’s performance, in all the games, his reading of the stakes, the number of recoveries he got in front of that four-back, but also how he used the ball and steered it forward so well … I forgot how young and inexperienced some of these guys were as well. “We know many of them will reach the peak in two years, four or six years, but we have to keep winning games and building this team.” What makes me happy is that we set a nine-point goal, which is not easy with a tough away game and tonight’s game against a good opponent, and they did. I was really pleased with the way they worked together. “The group that was with us this week was great to work with, we had a very quiet week until tonight. We are really happy with the group, their approach to everything, how they supported each other and achieved the goal that we set from nine points, which frankly a lot of the big countries couldn’t All over Europe from doing it. I’m really happy what they’ve done. It’s all done. ”Southgate was not surprised by the successful week Photo: England is celebrating its third consecutive World Cup qualifying victory. It was England’s last match before Southgate chose his team in the European Championship 2020, but the manager insists that nothing in the last three matches has surprised him in a positive or negative sense. “Of course we have some players, especially in the offensive zones, who are out at the moment who will interfere with the calculation but we don’t know what that would look like. We have another eight to 10 weeks of intense season.” Some players will come back from injury, unfortunately. It is possible that we will lose others during that time. this is the truth. There are so many things to think about, but we’re pretty much where we knew we were. There wasn’t much in the last 10 days, good and bad, it surprised me. “It shows that we know our players, we know where we are, and we know that improvement is necessary to be a great team, but today it was good. A test for us, in terms of the quality of our opponent as well as our resilience.” What next? England play Austria (June 2) and Romania (June 6) in their European 2020 preliminary matches, before the tournament begins against Croatia at Wembley on June 12 in the group stages, Gareth Southgate must name the England team for the tournament by 11 pm on June 1, However, this is expected to be announced before that date.