England fans react on Twitter to game changers Sterling and Wilshere

England's Raheem Sterling and Jack Wilshere come on

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling and Arsenal's Jack Wilshere did their chances no harm at Wembley on Thursday.

England manager Roy HodgsonHodgson: Still has some thinking to do

England may have won all three of their European Championship warm-up matches, but Roy Hodgson is arguably no nearer to knowing his best eleven ahead of next Saturday's Group B opener against Russia.

Manager Roy Hodgson went with a diamond system against Portugal at Wembley, with Wayne Rooney shoe-horned in behind strikers Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy.

Despite their Iberian opponents going down to 10-men at the end of the first half, courtesy of Bruno Alves' flying kick on Kane, England struggled to break them down, and it wasn't until late in the second half that the Three Lions really began to ask questions of Fernando Santos' team.

Portugal's Bruno Alves fouls England's Harry Kane before being sent offAlves (L) was dismissed following this challenge on Kane

Chris Smalling's 85th-minute header eventually snatched a 1-0 win for the hosts, following a pin-point cross from substitute Raheem Sterling - the third goal created by the Manchester City winger in as many international matches.

England's Chris Smalling scores their first goalSmalling was England's unlikely match winner

Sterling had entered the fray 19 minutes earlier, alongside Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, and the pair's performance has appeared to go down well on social media.

Have they muscled in on Hodgson's plans? Some fans would like to think so...










England's Raheem Sterling and Jack Wilshere come onSterling (L) and Wilshere make their entrance

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