Bertrand plays as England draw with Slovakia

By SFC Media time Mon 20 Jun Club

Ryan Bertrand made his UEFA EURO 2016 debut, as England drew 0-0 with Slovakia in their final Group B clash.

The left-back was one of six changes made by England boss Roy Hodgson, as the Three Lions went in search of a win that would have ensured them of top spot.

But Hodgson's men were unable to break the dogged Slovakian defence down, as Adam Lallana and substitute Dele Alli went closest in the stalemate.

With Wales beating Russia 3-0 – a game in which former Academy graduate Gareth Bale scored again – England were made to settle for second in their group.

Hodgson's side will have to wait until Wednesday to discover who they will face in the last-16, but know they will be in action at 8pm BST on Monday 27th June.

Fraser Forster was an unused substitute for the game in Saint-Etienne.

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