Roy Hodgson's decision to make six changes in the squad backfired as England were held to a goalless draw by Slovakia © Getty Images
Roy Hodgson’s decision to make six changes in the squad backfired as England were held to a goalless draw by Slovakia © Getty Images

London: After being forced to settle with another draw in Euro 2016 against Slovakia, England manager Roy Hodgson is pumped up to ‘make someone pay’ in the upcoming matches. Hodgson’s decision to make six changes in the squad backfired as England were held to a goalless draw by Slovakia, thus surrendering top spot to Wales in the Group B standings. Wayne Rooney, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane were all dropped for the Slovakia clash. In spite of an embarrassing draw, the England manager insisted that his side is not scared of anyone in the European Championship and would surely score goals in the upcoming matches to be on the winning side, the Mirror reported.

Hodgson, who believes England had played their last three games with full intensity and domination, insisted that they would continue to do the same in their upcoming games as well. The 69-year-old, however, congratulated Wales for winning the group and said that the team displayed good efforts on their part. England are likely to face Portugal in their last 16 clash for a place in the quarterfinals.